Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Miami_JBT, Jan 5, 2021.
Investment's about right. To have either of them new in the box now.... Hell, that scope's currently worth more than either rifle cost new.
When I was growing up, those H&R single-shot shotguns were called "Toppers"; competing with the likes of Iver Johnson "Champions" and Winchester Model 37s.
Why book agents???
And what are foot-pads?
It's slang for a highwayman or robber who is on foot.
What is a book agent???
On the face of it I think someone at Forehand firearms, former Forehand & Wadsworth just had a thing against literary Agents
Doing that to a dog in this state today would get you thrown in jail if anyone but you and the dog found out what you did. How times have changed.
I'd suspect doing that to a salesman might get you thrown in jail as well.....
All the states or just the more Liberal ones???
Imagine Chuck Conners with one of these.. They would have to be rolling the credits by the time he emptied the magazine..
I love the commercial art of advertisement-drawing. How cool is it that some guy sat there duplicating the mangled projectiles in ink?
The most expensive US shotgun was the Remington Model 32, starting at $128.99.
Of course you can dress up anything, a Parker A1 Special was $942.
The Evans I was referring to was an American company. They did make a number of Evans repeating rifles and it was a cool design, but had a real weakness in the way you loaded it.
Merwin & Hulbert heavily invested in the Evans rifle and this investment help lead to Merwin & Hulbert going out of business.
I love that rifle you attached, any clue to the year??? Those are wonderful rounds.. Wonderful art work.. thanks..
Wow RioMouse911 this is really neat.
the Evans repeater was made by Evans Rifle Manufacturing Company of Mechanic Falls Maine the 1870s by George & Warren R. Evans.
The Evans rifles from England was started in 1883 by William Evans..
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