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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.
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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