Eastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck in the first half of the 20th century. The guns were made by a variety of manufacturers in the US and Belgium.
Eastern Arms Company was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. The guns were manufactured by Meriden Arms, Iver Johnson, Stevens, Savage, and probably others.
I can't find a cross-reference for that number, but Eastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. Most of the shotguns were made by Stevens/Savage.
Eastern Arms was a brand name sold by Sears Roebuck. The Model 1929 suggests that it was made by J. Stevens Arms Co.
I find no listing for "London Arms Co." Provide more information or take the firearm to a local gunsmith for a professional appraisal.
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Here's what little I can find in the Standard Catalog. Incorporated in 1902. Used the names Union Fire Arms, Union Arms Company, Illinois Arms Company and Bee Be Arms Company. In 1917 the company was either bought up or absorbed by Ithaca Gun Company. They manufactured slide action shotguns, hammerless doubles, a few single shot shotguns, and a couple semi-automatic pistols.
The company that is listed in the related links IS NOT the Buffalo Arms in question that made Buffalo Arms Derringers. The company went out of business long ago, and there are no known websites, or information regarding them.
This was a trade name distributed by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis on shotguns made by Crescent Fire Arms (1892-1931) and J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company (1886-1916).
Your best bet is to copy the serial number and include it in a letter to the company if they are still in business. They should be able to pass you more information.
CRITERION BARRELS is in the Small Arms industry in RICHFIELD, WI. This company currently has approximately 20 to 50 employees and annual sales of $1,000,000 to $4,999,999.
Your best bets will probably be e-gunparts.com, gun shops, gun shows.
Eastern Arms was a Sears Roebuck brand name in the early 20th century. Possible manufacturers include Andrew Fyrberg, Meriden Firearms, J. Stevens, and Iver Johnson.
There was no company with that name. Crescent, Davenport, Stevens, and Pieper (Belgium) all furnished firearms for Shapleigh Hardware with variations of the Central Arms name.
ESSEX Tradename used by Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on shotguns made by Crescent Fire Arms Company. ESSEX Tradename used by J. Stevens Arms Company on rifles and shotguns.
You can find information about Russell Arms Co. shotguns online at places like Gun Trader or at many local gun stores. You can also find information online at Shotgun World or Arms List.
the best place for gun info would be cabelas gun library.
Springfield Arms shotguns were manufactured by the Stevens division of Savage Arms from 1920 to 1948.
Central Arms Company was a trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis. MO.
If you've ID'd it as an Iver Johnson product, I'd guess it is a Champion model which was made from 1909 to 1956. I think Sears may have dropped the Eastern Arms name sometime earlier than that, probably in the 1930's.
Charter Arms is a the name of a company. They are an American company that produce revolvers. The company was founded in 1964 and one can find more details of their products from their website.
it is a Stevens, parts are interchangeable...
Unfortunately, it is no longer possible to obtain a job with BSA Motorcycles. BSA stands for Birmingham Small Arms company. This company manufactured arms and, oddly, motorcycles. Their motorcycles were manufactured during WWI and WWII. BSA Motorcycles LTD, which was a division of Birmingham Small Arms company went out of business in 1972. Therefore, there are no jobs available.