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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5613

Question:

stanley arms co. printed on left side by hammer stainless steel side plates. the ebony queen is printed between the two hex barrels and then belgium. under neath the barrels there is 624 at the front and 4707 at the barrel closer to the forearm. it is a 12 ga. 32 inch hex barrels. has a six pointed star inlaid in bottom of hand grip. ingraved forearm and stock.

Answer:

Stanley Arms Company guns were made by F. Dumoulin & Co. c. 1904 for Wiebusch & Hilger Co. of NYC. F. Dumoulin was a Belgium gun maker c. 1894 to 1930.

Submitted By: james henson On: 1/16/2004 8:00:52 PM

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