Who made a 16 gauge Eastern Arms shotgun and when?
Eastern Arms was a trade name of Sears Roebuck. From about 1905 - 1915 it would probably have been made by Meriden Firearms, a company owned by Sears. Later guns were probably made by J. Stevens Arms. But since the low bid got the contract, some were made by Crescent, Iver Johnson, and others.
Sears sold guns under the Eastern Arms name after WWII as well. Eastern Arms guns made by Stevens were marked 101.7. Any guns sold by Sears that were made by Marlin were marked 103.xx with numbers after the decimal indicating a specific model.
Where can you find information about an Eastern Arms Company shotgun marked proof tested 16 gauge 1929 model?
Where can a barrel for 410 gauge shotgun manufactured by eastern arms for sears roebuck be purchased?
What is the age of a Springfield 16 gauge double barrel shotgun made by J. Stevens Arms Company in Chicopeefalls Mass with serial numbrer E 85985?
EASTERN ARMS CO was a tradename most often associated with the Sears, Roebuck& Co company in the very early 1900s. The double barrel shotguns were typically Belgian and sold as the low-price line, and the single-barrel guns were typically made by contractors such as Iver Johnson. Value is going to be under $100.