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Eastern Arms Company The Firearms Forum - The Buying ...

May 01, 2017 · Eastern Arms was indeed a Sears and Roebuck " Store Brand " in the first part of the 20Th century. Sears used the name Eastern Arms Co., on which ever gun company submitted the lowest bit that year. Company's that furnished shotguns for Sears under the Eastern name, Iver Johnson ( one year ), Stevens, Meriden and Crescent.Author: Barrucuda…

EASTERN ARMS COMPANY

The Eastern Arms Company was supposedly a trade name for guns sold by Sears & Roebuck and the shotguns are rumored to have been manufactured by either J. Stevens Arms, Iver Johnson, Meriden Firearms, or Harrington & Richardson (H&R). This particular Eastern Arms Company .410 shotgun is Serial Number 57559.…

Eastern Arms .410 Ga. Top Break Single Shot Shotgun - C&R ...

LSB#: 120301MK10 Make: Eastern Arms Co. Model: Single Shot Serial Number: NSN Year of Manufacture: Pre 1961 Caliber: .410 Gauge. Action Type: Single Shot, Top Break Markings: The right side of the barrel is marked "SELECTED FORGED STEEL". The left side is marked "PROOF TESTED 410 GAUGE". The right side of the frame is marked "21" within a circle and the left side is marked ……

Eastern Arms Model 1929 Single Shot 410 Shotgun

Eastern Arms Model 1929 Single Shot 410 Shotgun Description: Eastern Arms Model 1929 single action .410 cal. shotgun. This was a store brand name used by Sears and Roebucks. This shotgun was made by either Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Company or Stevens. It has a 3 inch chamber and a 26 inch breaktop barrel. 1929 vintage.…

Shotgunworld.com • Eastern Arms .410.

Dec 24, 2011 · As Cisco said, shotguns with the name EASTERN ARMS CO are "Trade Brand Name" shotguns sold by Sears Roebuck and according to my research were made by either Stevens Arms & Tool Company, Andrew Fryberg Arms Company or Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works. The gun would have been made sometime between 1915 and 1940.…

Found a oldie... Is it good or junk? The High Road

Jun 27, 2008 · My familiy's shotgun when I was young was an "Eastern Arms Company" special in .410 2 1/2". I dry fired it one too many times, resulting in a broken firing pin/retention screw. I rigged-up a temporary one using a trimmed nail and rubber band. I will have to get it fixed properly before my son (now almost 2) can shoot it in a few years.…