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Can you tell you anything about a shot gun that has green bug or green bay from bridge gun company?

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2005-10-23 05:19:34
2005-10-23 05:19:34

GREEN BUG, BRIDGE GUN CO. Crescent Fire Arms Co or J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co made these for Shapleigh Hardware Co of St Louis. Shapleigh dates from 1868 (to the mid 1960's I think), Crescent from 1893 to 1930, and Stevens A&T from 1886 to 1915.

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