Where can you find information about 2 Hartford Firearms 12 gauge shot guns side by side both in very good condition one has serial?


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2005-11-23 06:10:45
2005-11-23 06:10:45

Firearms marked Hartford were manufactured by Crescent Firearms for the Simmons Hardware Company of St Louis c. 1890-1930.


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