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What are facts about Palmetto 12 gauge shotguns?


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2003-12-24 11:22:40
2003-12-24 11:22:40

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.


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