In an era where ethical and environmental concerns are paramount, Miroku is mindful of its role in the industry. The company adheres to strict environmental regulations and promotes responsible gun ownership. Miroku's commitment to ethical practices extends to its labor policies, ensuring fair working conditions and fostering a culture of respect and integrity.
Miroku's impact extends beyond firearm manufacturing. The company is an active participant in its local community, supporting various cultural and social initiatives. This engagement reflects Miroku's philosophy of contributing to society, not just through business but also through corporate social responsibility.
Like any global enterprise, Miroku faces its share of challenges. The evolving regulatory landscape, changing market dynamics, and technological advancements pose challenges that require strategic responses. However, these challenges also present opportunities for Miroku to demonstrate its adaptability and innovation.
Miroku Corporation, from its humble beginnings in 19th-century Japan to its current status as a key player in the global firearms industry, represents a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Its collaborations with Browning and Winchester are more than just business ventures; they are a reflection of mutual respect and shared values in the art of gunmaking. Miroku's commitment to quality, craftsmanship, and ethical practices sets it apart in an industry often marked by controversy. As the company looks to the future, it stands poised to continue its legacy of excellence, navigating the challenges and seizing the opportunities that lie ahead in the ever-evolving world of firearms.
The authors; H.M. Shirley, Jr. and Anthony Vanderlinden combined their knowledge in specific areas to make this publication possible. This publication is to date the only reference book on the Auto-5 (A-5) shotgun prepared entirely with the extensive cooperation and support of Browning, FN Herstal, the Ogden UT, Browning museum and the Liege Firearms museum.Browning Auto-5 Shotguns
As a young boy, John spent hours in his father's shop and allegedly knew the name of every part of a gun before he could read. It's hardly surprising that at age twenty-three, he was filing his first patent for the "J. M. Browning Single-Shot Rifle."Browning Firearms
Using the serial number tables and production dates included in this book, a collector can likely identify any Winchester Model 70. Like the guns themselves, this book will increase in value over time.Rifleman's Rifle
Introduced shortly after the American Civil War, the very first Winchester, the M1866, would go on to see military service as far afield as Bulgaria, but it was in the hands of civilians that it would become known as 'The gun that won the west.' Offering a lethal combination of portability, ruggedness and ammunition interchangeability with pistol sidearms, the Winchesters and their innovative and elegant breech-loading system represented a revolutionary design.Lever Action
My MOS when I served in the United States Army was 76Y. For you non-military readers, the Military Occupational Specialty of 76 Yankee means that I was a Unit Armorer. While on REFORGER 85, I trained with German Paratroopers and qualified as "Expert" with the German G-3 rifle, the Israeli Uzi 9mm sub-machinegun and the 9mm handgun.