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What years did crescent firearm company make the smithsonian double barrel shotgun?

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2008-12-28 20:45:02
2008-12-28 20:45:02

A few years either way of the turn of the century

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It is a shotgun not a rifle- and Crescent was bought by Savage in 1931.


Yes. Smithsonian was the trade brand name used by Crescent Fire Arms Co. and later Crescent-Davis. The distributor/retailer was H & D Folsom.



Smithsonian was the trade brand name used by Crescent Fire Arms Co. and later Crescent-Davis. The distributor/retailer was H & D Folsom. Likely production in the 1900-1925 time period. No relation to the Smithsonian Institute.


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Wesley Richard was an expensive shotgun. "A Richard" is likely an inexpensive shotgun manufactured by the Crescent City company sold with an expensive sounding name.


No new parts would be available, but a competent gunsmith could probably make one.


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Your shotgun was made by Crescent Fire Arms Company and store branded by Van Camp. 50-150 USD at the most.


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When someone utilizes a firearm (pistol, rifle or shotgun) to kill themselves.




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Yes. It was one of the Brand names that is under the Cresent Umbella. http://www.gundealersonline.com/firearmID.asp has a list of name under which crescent shotguns were sold.


It is when you fire the rifle or shotgun, but the projectile fails to leave the barrel of the firearm.


What is the Model, Serial Number and date of the Crescent Firearms shotgun which you want a value on?


"The Berkshire" by Meridan Firearms "Berkshire No. 3000" by Crescent Firearms Contrary to popular belief, not the same company.



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