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Where can you find information about a 2 3-4 inch 12 gauge Wards Western Field Model 35 pump shotgun?

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2005-12-09 04:15:24
2005-12-09 04:15:24

The model 35 was the Wards branded version of the Stevens model 520. An early 1900s John Browning design built by Stevens and dropped prior to WWII.

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