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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5136

Question:

I have an old shotgun that was given to my dad as a kid and when i was old enough he gave it to me. I am now a huge gun fanatic and i want to resrore it but i have no idea where the gun was manufactured at or when all i have to go on is the name on the side of the gun which is enders royal western it is a single shot break action 20 ga. if you have any info it would be greatly appreciated thank you Justin Brewer

Answer:

Shotguns marked Enders Royal Western were made by the Crescent Fire Arms Company for the Shapleigh Hardware Company in St Louis MO.

Submitted By: Justin Brewer On: 11/23/2003 8:23:44 PM

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