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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 9231

Question:

I've had an old shotgun of my grandfather for a long time and wondering if you can help me with the basic info on the shotgun and if it is valuable or not?? WYCO 1929 Model 16 GA. Single shot with markings on the barrel s4993 Can you help me with this question? Thanks, Jim L

Answer:

Shotguns marked WYCO were made by the Crescent Arms Company for the Wyeth Hardware Company located in St. Joseph MO c. 1880 and later.

Submitted By: JIm Lacert On: 7/20/2006 1:42:51 PM

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