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What were the manufacture dates of the Meriden 22 cal single shot pistol and what is the approximate value?


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2004-06-01 23:26:25
2004-06-01 23:26:25

Meriden Firearms was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck from about 1905-1915. I can't locate a listing for a single shot pistol they made, but other similar guns from that time period list for $100-$200 depending on condition.


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