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Who made a single barrel shotgun marked White Powder Wonder and what is it worth?

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2005-10-15 04:42:41
2005-10-15 04:42:41

The White Powder Wonder was made for Sears Roebuck by several manufacturers. Take your pick: * Crescent Fire Arms Co * W. H. Davenport Arms Co. * Meriden Fire Arms Co. * J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. Value for a single shot is $35 to $75 unless it is just like it came from the factory or a basket case.

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