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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5615

Question:

my father has handed me a hsb & co whippet 20 guage single shot and have not been able to find much on it,he got it used when he was 11 (now hes 71) the gun is still in great shape and still shoots im not interested in selling just any info, thanks

Answer:

The Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Co. of Chicago were sporting goods dealers from 1855 to the 1960's. The Whippet shotguns were made for the HSB & Co by the J. Stevens Arms Co. after 1915.

Submitted By: Dwayne Sager On: 1/17/2004 10:14:43 AM

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