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What does hsb and co stand for on a Whippet 12 gauge shotgun model C single hammer two and three fourths inch chamber no 47868?

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2005-11-28 03:50:28
2005-11-28 03:50:28

The Trade name registered HSB&CO.stands for Hubbard Spencer Bartlett & co. I found this information from a book by Charles Carder. Thank you.

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