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Depending on the condition and configuration, it would run from $100 to $250.

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It was madein the1930s by J Stevens Arms Springfield Mass. ( Crescent was bought out by them in 1932) and the name changed to Crescent - Davis. Value can range from 100. to 500. depending on condition.


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Trade name made by Crescent Firearms, Norwich, CT, and marketed through H&D Folsom, New York. Value is between $100 and $250, depending on condition.



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as long as there are no cracks in the barrel, yes. it simply means not to shoot slugs thru the barrel.


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You can get some double barrel parts from GUNPARTS. com



Yes. Smithsonian was the trade brand name used by Crescent Fire Arms Co. and later Crescent-Davis. The distributor/retailer was H & D Folsom.




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