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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 6449

Question:

An Amish employee of mine found an old shotgun over the weekend in a ditch. It is marked as an Eastern Arms Company gun, it is a shotgun and both the stock and the barrel have been sawed off. The serial # on the gun is 21337 with a (k) above the # and an (a) below. Could you tell me when this gun was made, if it was originally sawed off and what it may be worth. Thank You, Todd Moran

Answer:

Eastern Arms Company shotguns were made in the early 20th century by Andrew Fyrberg & Sons Mfg. Co., Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle works and by the J. Stevens Arms Company. They were not sold "sawed off".

Submitted By: Todd Moran On: 5/10/2004 8:18:31 PM

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