Winchester Repeating Arms Company was a prominent early American maker of repeating firearms, originally located in New Haven, Connecticut. The Winchester brand is now owned by the Olin Corporation and the name is used under license by two subsidiaries of the Herstal Group: Fabrique Nationale (FN) of Belgium and the Browning Arms Company of Ogden, Utah.
Browning makes Winchester brand rifles and shotguns not utilizing thee closed Winchester plant in New Haven. The production of Model 1885 falling block action, Model 1892 and Model 1886 lever action rifles are produced under licensed agreement by Miroku Corp. of Japan and imported back to the United States by Browning. Fabrique Nationale produces Model 70 rifles at its plant in Columbia, South Carolina assembly in Portugal. Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal (FN) also produces the Winchester model 1894 and the Winchester SXP. A number of gun cleaning kits, Chinese folding knives, tools, and other accessories are also sold under the Winchester trademark.