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Did Stevens ever make a 410 lever action shotgun?

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2005-10-29 14:52:43
2005-10-29 14:52:43

Yes, I have one. Marked J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass., S 321. 26 1/8" barrel, almost mint condition, original stock and barrel have been refinished.

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