ILION, NY—Remington Arms was cited for more than two dozen violations of workplace safety and health standards—and fined more than $200,000 as a result—after an employee’s fingertip was amputated while working at the company’s assembly plant here.
COLUMBUS, GA—Firearms and accessories manufacturer will invest $28.5 million to consolidate its New Hampshire manufacturing operations in a new 50,000-square-foot assembly plant here. The project will create 84 new jobs over the next two years.
Firearm manufacturing has come a long way from the days when a room full of gunsmiths was needed to ensure accurate, quality weapons. Nonetheless, manufacturing parts for firearms still requires a deep understanding of how the many small parts work together to create a successful weapon.