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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5097

Question:

I have an H.S.B.& Co. Rev-O-Noc 12 ga pump shotgun, serial No. A32085. What kind of a shotgun is this gun considered to be? Field? Valuable? Worthwhile? Worth rebluing?

Answer:

HSB&Co was a mark used by the Crescent Fire Arms Company, the J. Stevens Arms Company and others on shotguns made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. The REV-O-NOC trade name was used on guns made for both Richards & Conover in Kansas City MO and for Hibbard, Spencer. Bartlett & Co. in Chicago Illinois.

Submitted By: Thomas Moore On: 11/18/2003 2:12:57 PM

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