I don't care all that much where a gun is made - I have a Polish underfolder AK, a Bulgarian (mostly) AK - a G19 from Austria - While doing research / trying to decide which 1911 to buy I noticed all the pictures of Springfield Armory 1911 on their web site show Geneseo, Il USA stamped right into the frame. But when I looked at a gun in person they say Brazil. So I gave SA customer service a call - and ask them about it - figured maybe guns were made both places. They said all frames are made in Brazil and will have Brazil on the side. So I ask - did you photo shop Geneseo, Il USA on the photos of all the guns that are on your web site? The lady said - yes we did. It seems strange to me that they would do this - If I was buying a gun and had a choice - two of the same model sitting side by side - one USA one Brazil - I would grab the made in USA gun - Like I said already - having the gun made in Brazil doesn't bother me all that much - I may still get one - But when a company photo shops the images they use so they look like they are made in the USA -when they are not - it bugs me a little. Anyone else have an opinion about this? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!