Weatherby

Weatherby

Weatherby, Inc. is an American gun manufacturer founded in 1945 by Roy Weatherby. The company is best known for its high-powered magnum cartridges, such as the .257 Weatherby Magnum and the .460 Weatherby Magnum. Company headquarters is in the northern San Luis Obispo County town of Paso Robles, California.

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Weatherby - Products - Calibers
... It was with Weatherby that the modern trend of high velocity hunting calibers was developed ... From there Weatherby has constantly moved in to build the most powerful cartridge of a common caliber range ... Only in recent years has a competitor in the form of Remington's UltraMag series given Weatherby real competition for commercially available power ...
Roy Weatherby - History
... Weatherby started manufacturing Weatherby Guns in his garage at the Huntington Park home ... Weatherby firearms are best known for their very high-powered rifle cartridges, all bearing the name Weatherby Magnum such as the.257 Weatherby Magnum and the.460 Weatherby ... Weatherby came into the world of commercial cartridge and rifle making with a background of experimentation in cartridge wildcatting and was determined to ...
Dennis Weatherby
... Weatherby, Ph.D (December 4, 1959 – September 15, 2007) was an inventor, scientist, university administrator, and proponent of minority college students' success ... Weatherby had a patent on "lemon scented Cascade" while working at Procter Gamble ...
Dennis Weatherby - Death
... Weatherby died from what doctors speculate was a blood clot that had traveled to his brain ... Weatherby spent a week in the hospital and a week at home on medication to lower his blood pressure ... According to one of his daughters, Audrey Weatherby, during his time at home he hit his foot on a bedpost ...
Dennis Weatherby - Career
... With his team, Weatherby developed a solution that employed a category of dyes that could be used in products containing bleach and, at the same time, would give the soap a lemon-yellow ... Following his stint with P G, Weatherby briefly worked for the Whittaker Corporation, a division of Morton International ... According to the school, which has historically catered to black students, under Weatherby’s leadership the program experienced a more than 400 percent growth in ...