An interesting article in the Washington Post, with a glaring error. It makes you wonder what else they got wrong! http://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...1d590a-349c-11e5-adf6-7227f3b7b338_story.html Quote from this article (Bold to highlight the error): Handgun design has not changed much in hundreds of years. That’s a point of pride for most gun manufacturers. “Made in the USA since 1852,” Smith & Wesson boasts on its Web site. Samuel Colt began making pistols in 1836. Beretta was founded in Italy in 1526. Sturm, Ruger (1949) and Glock (1963), both popular Austrian companies, are the new kids on the block. I guess the names Sturm and Ruger sound Austrian to the reporter that he didn't feel it was necessary to determine that they were really an American company.