In the United States, the only crossbow manufacturer that is not a major player in the gun market is Remington Arms, the venerable Winchester.
Its not a great gun.
Its just a rifle, and a cheap one at that.
Its more than that, though, because Remington was able to design and manufacture an entire line of guns from the 1920s through the early ’80s.
There are still plenty of Remington guns out there, but not a lot of competition.
The Remington Crossbow, however, is an incredibly versatile and powerful rifle, capable of firing a wide variety of cartridges.
The crossbow was not only an integral part of Chinese gun culture, but also an essential tool for hunting.
The rifle is a great piece of hunting equipment, but the crossbow is a necessity for those who are willing to risk the life of a bear, hunt wolves, or hunt coyotes.
The story of the Remington crossbow begins in the 19th century.
In the 1820s, China’s Ming dynasty began to expand its territory, and many of its elite military officers wanted to acquire a rifle that could be used as a personal weapon.
The Ming had a variety of rifles that they could use in their personal arsenals, but one of their main weapons of choice was a crossbow.
Crossbows were a relatively recent invention, and were developed in the late 1800s.
One of the earliest versions of the crossbows used a long bow.
The bow was a long, slender blade that was used to shoot bolts from a gun’s bow, which was attached to a short wooden handle called a buttstock.
When the bolt was fired, the bolt would fall out of the buttstock and onto the target.
The buttstock was attached on the backside of the bow, so it could be pulled up or down to aim.
Crossbow manufacturers like Remington were keen to compete, and in 1846, a new rifle was introduced that was called the Remo.
Remo was made by Remington and was the first crossbow to have the crossbolt attachment system.
The bolt was held in place by a long wooden rod, which, when pulled, held the bolt in place.
In 1856, the first Remo bolt was manufactured.
This design of the bolt held the cross bolt in the bow and allowed the bow to be drawn and aimed with precision.
This crossbow’s name comes from the cross in the middle of the barrel, which symbolizes that the cross was attached through the bow.
When crossbows were invented, crossbow manufacturers had two main advantages.
First, they could produce the crossbolts in a variety and price point.
Remington had developed the Remon in order to compete with the Winchester Model 10, and the crossbar of the Model 10 was the most powerful crossbar on the market at the time.
The most powerful was the Remons Remo Model 10 Crossbow.
Second, crossbows allowed hunters to target their quarry with a precision that they would not be able to achieve with other weapons.
This was especially true when hunting big game animals like bears, wolves, coyotes, and other large animals.
The first Remon bolt had a weight of over six pounds, and its weight was so powerful that it would take three men to hold it up, which meant the Remus had a lot to worry about in terms of stability.
But in 1860, Remington introduced the Remone, a bolt that was heavier than the Remos, and had a heavier crossbolt.
This combination of weight and speed made it a better crossbow for hunting big animals, and it became a staple of Chinese hunting.
It was also a popular crossbow among military officers, who used it in the Chinese military.
By the 1870s, crossbolting had become a widespread practice, and crossbow makers began to develop crossbows that were more powerful and could hit more animals at a time.
By 1880, the cross bolts of many crossbow companies had become too heavy for hunting deer, but they were still able to hit animals with accuracy.
The early 20th century saw the introduction of the .22 Remington bolt, which became popular for hunters.
By 1890, the Remi had a barrel diameter of four inches and was used in hunting and target shooting.
The next year, the Winchester model 10 Crossbar was introduced, which would become the standard crossbow of the 20th and 21st centuries.
These crossbolted crossbows would become popular for hunting in the wild, but there was a limit to how many bolt lengths a bolt could hold.
In order to allow hunters to hit bigger animals at longer distances, Remi developed a bolt with a bolt length of seven inches and a barrel length of five feet.
The .22 bolt, in addition to being a more powerful bolt, was lighter than the .30 Remington Bolt, which in turn made it ideal for hunting small game animals