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Who acquired the Eastern Arms company?

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2005-03-07 04:07:46
2005-03-07 04:07:46

No one, since the company only existed as a Sears Roebuck tradename. These guns were made by Meriden Fire Arms Co, J. Stevens Arms Co, Andrew Fyrberg & Co, Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works, and probably other manufacturers.

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