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Any info about a J Stevens Arm Co shotgun 32 bore or 14m-m patent Aug 12 1913?

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2005-12-01 02:50:57
2005-12-01 02:50:57

32 gauge shotguns were last offered in the 1936-37 Stevens catalog and production of these shells ended in the US in the early 1940's.

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