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Miroku Corporation (株式会社ミロク, Kabushiki Kaisha Miroku) (OSE: 7983) is a Japanese firearms manufacturer located in Nankoku, Kōchi Prefecture. Their products include shotguns produced for Browning Arms Company and rifles licensed by Winchester Firearms. In European markets, these products are sold under both the Miroku and Browning brand names. Charles Daly Firearms of the United States imported Miroku O/U shotguns throughout the 1960s to early 1970s. Afterwards, Miroku found a new outlet for the O/U models under Browning, explaining the similarities from late models imported by Daly to early Browning Citori Type 1 models. This also coincides with FN and Miroku's joint buyout of Brownings stock in 1977.
Miroku manufactured a few different models of handguns between the 1960s and the 1980s, though these were not widely distributed. Among the most common is the "Liberty Chief" model, .38 caliber revolver. They briefly manufactured copies of the Browning BL22, a .22 lever-action rifle, under the name of Miroku ML22. This model was popular with Australian rabbit hunters due to its low price and a high magazine capacity of 15 rounds.
Miroku's guns manufactured for Browning are sold in markets where Browning-branded counterparts are scant or unavailable. Miroku also produce, under license through Olin Corporation and Browning, the Winchester's famed lever-action and falling-block action rifles.
Company’s flagship product, MK38 Teague, has features such as a back-bored barrel and an extended choke associated with shotguns in the Browning and Beretta product lines.
I just bought a Miroku made Winchester 92 Trapper, but it has the metal plate crescent shaped butt on it. I would like to get a shotgun pattern (flat butt) pattern for it so I can put a recoil pad on it without cutting the original. Preferably pistol grip so I don't need to get a straight lever...
SELLING A VERY RARE CHARLES DALY MIROKU JAPAN SUPERIOR WITH 32" SPECIAL ORDERED FACTORY BARRELS WITH 1/2" WIDE RIB....DOUBLE BEAD...2-3/4" CHAMBERS. FULL AND IMPROVED MODIFIED CHOKES. A MONTE CARLO RIFLE TYPE STOCK AND PACHMAYR RECOIL PAD. GUN IS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL... NO RUST, SOME MARKS FROM...
Im selling a few of my rare Brownings from my collection. First up is in 284 Win and Leupold Vari-X 3-9 compact. This one is a tack driver, and shoots sub moa with hand loads. Ballistically it’s a 280 Remington in a short action. Kills deer and elk dead. $1000
Next up is my favorite, and the...