How many of these different logos do you remember seeing in advertisements and catalogs?
The information that the company stamped on the barrels of factory made rifles varied over the years. Learn how they changed over time and find out the key to the maker’s marks that they started using sometime in 1974. Check … Continued
You’ve probably heard all the stories and rumors about what happened to GRRW’s barrel manufacturing equipment. Did it go to California or to Oregon or was it junked? Oh yes, I almost forgot the one about it going to Australia. … Continued
Did you know that GRRW offered these guns at one time? Check out some of the guns that Doc and the crew came up with that didn’t take off. Not all of their early ambitious plans were readily accepted in … Continued
Reprint of an article by John D. Baird that appeared in the November, 1974 issue of Buckskin Report. John Baird visits the Green River Rifle Works facility and describes what he saw and heard. This is an excellent source of … Continued
The Montana Historical Society began a fund raising campaign in the mid-1970’s to raise funds to acquire Charles M. Russell art work, specifically his masterpiece painting, When The Land Belonged To God. One part of that campaign was to sell … Continued
A new post under Articles has been added about the full stock Leman rifle that was developed in 1974 by Phil “Bluejacket” Sanders shortly after he started working for Green River Rifle Works. Check it out by clicking here: Leman … Continued
The GRRW Collector website intent is to share information about Green Rifle Rifle Works, its guns, and its employees. New material will be added on an ad hoc basis. Please feel free to add comments about any part or aspect … Continued