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2006-11-28 03:42:14

Iver Johnson is most often associated with the HERCULES trade name. sales@countrygunsmith.net *If that statement marked on the gun actually says "barrel and lug forged in one piece" it is a Stevens. If it says "barrel and lug forged in one" (exactly the same except no "piece") it is by Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works.

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