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Where can you find a J Stevens Crack Shot Model 16 in good condition?

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2010-12-14 02:58:57
2010-12-14 02:58:57

I was just researching these crack shots and I'm pretty sure the one I have is a 16. If you are interested in knowing more contact me at treasurestocashinc@comcast.net. I can't tell how long ago you posted this but todays date is 12/14/2010

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