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What are facts about Henry double barrel shotguns?

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2004-01-07 12:04:12
2004-01-07 12:04:12

This gun would have been imported c. 1890-1915 by H&D Folsom of New York. You won't be able to narrow it down any closer. The number 1610 is probably a manufacturer's batch, lot, catalog, or part number. If the gauge is marked, it will be expressed in centimeters, like 18.0 65. That example would mean a 12 gauge, full-choke, with 2 9/16 chambers.

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