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What are the production dates for JStevens Model 58A 410 bolt action with clip?

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2004-12-25 21:46:51
2004-12-25 21:46:51

Im not sure what the exact dates are, The one I have was bought by my dad when he was a freshman in high school, that was in 1956, and it was used then. I still have it and its a great gun!!!

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