Remington did manufacture a John Browning designed rifle. The Remington Model 8, semi-auto rifle was made from 1906 until 1936. The improved version, the Model 81, was made from 1936 until 1950.
Remington also manufactured the Browning designed Auto-5 shotgun under their name as the Model 11 in various grades and gauges.
As far as I know browning did not have any firearms made for them in australia.
Sorry- there IS no ONE "best". Ruger, Browning, Winchester, Savage, Remington ALL make very good rifles- but there are also European makers that have great rifles.
No. During WWII, Browning had Remington make an American A5 for them. Those guns were stamped Browning Arms Co St. Louis Mo., but they were actually made by Remington in New York.
Browning has made centerfire lever action rifles in various calibers over the decades.
yes, during WWI, Remington made thousands of Moisin Nagant rifles for Marist Russia. Few were delivered before Russia collapsed in revolution.
AFAIK, only if you do a custom order.
AFAIK, Browning didn't make any rifles in that caliber.
FN made guns for Browning, not the other way around. In the 90s, FN bought out Browning (Herstal Group), so you may be referring to that. The only guns Browning made in the US are, the Challenger II and currently make Buck Mark Pistols and rifles. Also, Remington made Auto 5s for Browning in the USA during WWII
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
They never made anything called a Pioneer...