The Bronco was available in both a single shot rifle (.22 LR cal.) and .410 bore (3 in. chamber) shotgun. It featured a skeletonized aluminum stock and receiver with no forend. A forward trigger lever allowed a swing out action to pivot for loading, and the regular trigger operated a hammerless action. The Bronco also featured compact youth dimensions, crossbolt safety and adj. rear sight, and was approx. 3-3 1/2 lbs.
Average-above average condition specimens sell in the $150-$275 range - add approx. 10% more for .410 bore.
Previous trademark of rifles and shotguns imported by Firearms International Sporting Arms circa 1969-1970.