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If a Victor Shotgun has Genuine Armory Steel stamped on the barrel what does this mean?

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2005-11-01 05:06:25
2005-11-01 05:06:25

Genuine Armory Steel was a mark used by Crescent Firearms, 1893-1930, and also by Meriden Fire Arms, 1905-1915. The phrase doesn't really mean anything except that the barrels are not laminated steel.

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