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2006-09-25 21:47:47
2006-09-25 21:47:47

My research suggests they did, sort of. Marketed by Sears as Ted Williams model 340.530xxx. Which should be an Ithica Model 49. The six digit sufix is most likely the serial number. Ithaca did not make a Model 340. What are all the markings on your gun? sales@countrygunsmith.net

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