Springfield Armory Firearms

 

The Springfield Armory, founded in 1777 by George Washington, was the United States' Federal Armory and the primary location for the manufacture of U.S. Military arms until its abrupt closure in 1968. Contrary to popular belief, the Springfield Armory located in Springfield, Massachusetts is, for all intents and purposes, unassociated with the modern arms manufacturer bearing the same name – Springfield Armory, Inc.

 

The humble beginnings of Springfield Armory, Inc. can be traced back to 1974, when Elmer Balance licensed the "Springfield Armory" name for use with his company LH Manufacturing – the company responsible for the initial civilian production of the M1A rifle. Eventually, Balance sold the company and transferred the licensing to Robert Reese, who went on to form the company we all know so well today. Springfield Armory, Inc. now operates out of Geneseo, Illinois as an arms manufacturer and importer.

 

As always, this information is presented for a reason. Keepshooting.com has recently become an official Springfield Armory, Inc. stocking dealer in Maryland, which means that we will not only carry an excellent selection of Springfield Armory's finest offerings but we will be able to offer them to you at the prices you have come to expect from our company. As I am sure many of you have noticed many pistols have already arrived from Springfield Armory. Keep an eye out for more, though, because this is just the tip of the iceberg.

 

Springfield Armory, Inc. manufactures several lines of pistols, many of which have won awards. In fact, the company has been the recipient of the National Rifle Association's "Gun of the Year" award four times. If you want an award-winning pistol, check out the Springfield XD(M) 45 Compact – winner of the 2009 "Handgun of the Year" award. Other XD pistols in our lineup include the Springfield XD-9 and the Springfield XD40 Subcompact – both of which are reasonably priced and marked for their performance, reliability and safety.  

 
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