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Decade - 1930s

Where can you find information about a Southern Arms Co Cracker-Jack from the 1930s or 1940s?

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2006-12-03 07:21:36
2006-12-03 07:21:36

I also have one of these and I am interested in findind out anything concerning this make and model shotgun. sorry its no help someone ? anyone? Vorisek's List shows Cracker-Jack Southern Arms Co as a Crescent Firearms product and Southern Arms Co Cracker Jack as a Harrington and Richardson.

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