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  • “They use this thing, this machine, made by the Remington Arms Company up in Bridgeport,” she explained.


  • He tried to sell the rights to manufacture the machine to Western Union, which turned him down, eventually settling with the Remington Arms Company, which made farm machinery, sewing machines, and, most famously, guns.

    The Tyranny of E-mail

  • The strike at the giant new plant of the Remington Arms Company under construction to make arms for the Allies, as well as, it is supposed, for the United States Government, spread today from the proportions of

    New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915

  • Steve Beshear joined officials of Remington Arms Company on Tuesday in announcing the expansion of Remington's plant in Hickory. Homepage

  • When the Remington Arms Company contract ended in 1944, General Foods used the plant to produce combat "C" rations for a brief time before the DOP closed.

    The Denver Newspaper Agency Stories

  • Plans for the DOP proceeded quickly and within the same month that the land was purchased, the federal government contracted with the Remington Arms Company to operate the facility; it was one of four plants operated by the Remington Arms Company.

    The Denver Newspaper Agency Stories

  • "We are working overtime and still can't keep up with the demand," said Al Russo, spokesman for North Carolina-based Remington Arms Company, which makes bullets for rifles, handguns and shotguns. - Local News

  • Remington Arms Company and its parent Freedom Group Inc. FGI are proud to announce that the board of directors has named Theodore Ted Torbeck as their Chief Executive Officer and he will be a director for both entities.

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  • Remington Arms Company, the Bethlehem Steel Company, and the Union

    New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 4, July, 1915 April-September, 1915


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