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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5135

Question:

my question is really hard but you will probibly think that it is really easy. i want to know what year my gun is i just got it from my gradfather and it was made by j.stevens arms company. there is no date or model number but it says that it was made in Chioopee Falls, Mass.USA. i realized that the stevens arms company was sold to savage arms company in 1920 or1930 and but it very well may have been made in the earlie 1880's so i was wondering the year or model or value or anything that you might be able to tell me about this great piece i realize that this is a very hard question considering that i have not given you very much information about this fire arm but i have give you all that i know it also has dreadnaught on its side i'm not shure what that means but is it helps! it is a single shot 12 gauge that breaks opean when you hit the side hitch it was told to me that it was a goose gun -kyle-

Answer:

Dreadnaught was a trade name used on shotguns by the J. Stevens Arms Company from 1911 to 1936.

Submitted By: kyle blankenhorn On: 11/23/2003 5:58:22 PM

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