This was a trade name sold by H&D Folsom Sporting Goods of New York and apparently also by Sears Roebuck c. 1900. It may have been made by Crescent Firearms, but it may also be a Belgian import. Early Crescents were made with barrels from Belgium, so either may have proof marks on the barrels, but if there is an "EL", "ELG", or a mark that looks like the Washington Monument on the action, then it is from Belgium. NO IT WILL NOT TAKE 3" SHELLS. In fact, it may only take 2 1/2" shells if it is pre-WWI.
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That would be a Stevens/Savage 315 with a Montgomery Ward name.
Palmetto was a trade name used by Edward K Tryon of Philadelphia on lower grade revolvers and shotguns sold thru hardware stores, c.1880 - 1914.
It reacts strongly in water and bursts into flames when exposed to air.
the year this gun was made was 1913. the ds grade is worth $250.00 poor to $1250.00 exe
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Manufactured between 1886 and 1916. Retail value $50-$75 unless in like-new condition.
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It reacts strongly in water and bursts into flames when exposed to air. =] and it is the third most reactive alkali metal
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Not sure if this is your gun, but Leader Gun Company was a trade name used on shotguns retailed by the Charles Williams Stores, Inc. of New York. Most likely manufacturer would be Crescent Arms, Norwich, CT. "Nitro" would imply proofed for smokeless powder.
Built c. 1930-1948 by Stevens division of Savage Arms. If in useable condition, possibly worth $200+.
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Well for one, it was sewn by Betsie Ross...
she was the first African American to get a book published
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