Issue: 19090901

Wednesday, September 1, 1909
September 1909
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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The Colorado & Southern Railway
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The Colorado & Southern Railway
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0002.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0003.xml
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THE COLORADO TENT & AWNING CO.: THE COLORADO HOUSE TENT
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THE COLORADO TENT & AWNING CO.
THE COLORADO HOUSE TENT
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0004.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0005.xml
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The Marlin Firearms Co.: Repeating Shotgun
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The Marlin Firearms Co.
Repeating Shotgun
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0006.xml
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO.
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0007.xml
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ARMS AND HUNTING ACCESSORIES
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0008.xml
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY: PETERS SHELLS
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY
PETERS SHELLS
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0009.xml
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0010.xml
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H. R. Sackett: SACKETT’S CAMP BROILER
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H. R. Sackett
SACKETT’S CAMP BROILER
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0011.xml
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THE HUNTER ARMS CO.: SMITH GUNS
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THE HUNTER ARMS CO.
SMITH GUNS
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0012.xml
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HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS COMPANY: double barrel hammer gun
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HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS COMPANY
double barrel hammer gun
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0013.xml
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THE DENVER DRY GOODS CO.: THE KODAK FILM TANK
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THE DENVER DRY GOODS CO.
THE KODAK FILM TANK
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0014.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0015.xml
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THE DENVER TENT & AWNING CO.: The DENVER Portable Sanitary House Tents
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THE DENVER TENT & AWNING CO.
The DENVER Portable Sanitary House Tents
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0016.xml
tableOfContents
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Contents of this Number
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LION HUNTING IN AFRICA
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CAPT. A. W. LEWIS
As these lines are written we have word that Mr. Roosevelt has been successful in killing three lions in one day. He is very fortunate. The ambition of every man who hunts in South Africa is to kill a lion. If all were successful there would be very few lions left.
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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VOL. XXIV. NUMBER 3 Capt. A. W. Lewis. Director of Concessions of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition until the “Pay Streak” Was built', all the space taken and a beautiful amusement thoroughfare assured, was born near Richmond, Madison County. Ky., January 31.
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The Sacred Path
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ONEY FRED SWEET
There’s a pathway that’s luring my heart these warm days. ’Tis a road with the green on each side, Where you wander along in the mesh of a dream With only the bees for a guide. It winds down the hill and it crosses the stream— A pathway unscathed with renown, But my feet crave the feel of its dust and its dew— The path that leads out from the town.
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TIPS ON CAMPING WITH A PACK
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I. J. BUSH
I have read with much pleasure and profit the splendid article in the June number of Outdoor Life by Mr. C. H. Stoddard, and the able manner in which he goes into the description of the outfit necessary for the camp and trail brands him at once as a veteran of the art.
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NOVEL SHORT CAMPS IN OKLAHOMA
THREE LITTLE ESQUIMAUX MAIDS.
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The “Pay Streak’’ at the A. Y. P. Exposition has a lot of curious things not seen at other expositions and the human family Is well represented by the Iggorotte head hunters from the Philippines, whose village is alongside the snow huts of the people of the Far No'rth.
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A CHANCE SHOT
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ALOYSIUS COLL
JOSEPH CLEMENS
Bear Run is like most exclusive summer resorts; young men are scarce. Consequently, when the evening train thundered up the Youghioeghny river, and dropped off an athletic young man at the little station, half a mile down the mountain from the Country Club, there was secret rejoicing among the girls and their mammas who had come down the pine-arched lane to give welcome to the usual Saturday evening influx of “overSunday” guests.
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ON THE SHEEP RANGES OF WYOMING
THE JACK RABBIT DOOMED.
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NED W. FROST
ASHLEY A. HAINES
It seems to be the general impression with the sportsmen of the United States that in order to get mountain sheep they must go to Alaska or British Columbia. While the heads of the Ovis Stoneii are perhaps the most beautiful of any of the sheep, except; the Ovis Dalli, with their widely-spreading spiral and usually sharp horns, yet there are many who prefer the heavy, massive head of the old Ovis Canadensis, whose, butted and battle-scarred horns of from 15 to 18 inches base measurement puts him in the class of the most-highly prized of American big game.
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WHEN CUPID PITCHED
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ONEY FRED SWEET
CY WARMAN
Bud Lowry was getting back to his old home town. It had been a glorious ride through the June-time farming country, and as the train, whistling its arrival, began slowing up along by the tall, red elevator and the water tank, the fellow’s eyes glowed with awakening memories and the consciousness that the ruling passion of his young life was about to be realized.
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AN OREGON SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE
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EARLE WILLIAM GAGE
Up in Oregon, in the Rogue river valley country, it is possible for the lover of the rod and gun to realize to his heart’s desire the fulfillment of those dreams which the greater majority of sportsmen so often seem to think exist in dreams only.
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To a Canadian Trout Stream
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CY WARMAN
Crystal Temagami, Wasacsinagama, Low waves that wash up the shadowy shore, North of the Nipissing, up the Temiskaming, We will come back and sing to you encore; Back to the wilds again, show me the way, Make me a child again, just for a day! Wondrous Temagami, Wasacsinagama, Swift running rivers and skies that are blue.
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THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
PICTURES OF GAME—LIVE AND OTHERWISE.
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EDWARD C. CROSSMAN
L. L. FLAGG
The long, dreary eight months had at last dragged their way past and the quail season was again at hand. It seemed like untold centuries since the last whirring blue beauty had dropped before the crack of my scattergun, although the calendar stated that the time elapsing had been somewhat less, but it was like the musty joke about married men living longer than single men, the time just seemed longer.
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IN THE COILS OF A CONSTRICTOR
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DEWEY AUSTIN COBB
“Do constrictors bite?” The traveler, just back from a two years’ trip through the wilderness of the Amazon Valley, laid down his cigar and looked irritated at my question. When the smoke from his black cigar had resumed its orderly puffs, however, I ventured further.
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WITH THE WEST COAST BOAT MEN
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EL COMANCHO
July was the boat month on the Pacific Coast this year for sure, with a big racing storm-center at Seattle, where motor boats and “wind-jambers” made new records and beat each other to a nice brown finish in some of the quickest races ever pulled off in the country.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
A Bear and Lion Hunt in Colorado
Some “Authorities” That Are Not Authorities
Accidents in the Field
Game Conditions in Wyoming
Unique Habits of the “Road-Runner”
National and Provincial Parks and Game Preserves
Three Bears in One Day
Habits of the Weasel
Are Bears Cannibals
Game Notes
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J. D. VEACH
C. HOLDREN
H. J.
W. H. CASE
Editor Outdoor Life:—I have been requested to write you an account of my last hunt, and, although my hand trembles some, I am going to do so. Boys, do you remember how you felt when you got pretty close up to the first big wild animal you ever saw in the woods?
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DOG~DOM DOGGY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
TRAINING, HANDLING, CORRECTING FAULTS AND CARE OF THE BIRD DOG.
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F. HABERLEIN
P. P. J., Morgantown, Ind.—There is a disease among the dogs of this vicinity that gives lots of trouble and cost the lives of many a one. All remedies recommended and tried so far have not saved a single dog who once got afflicted.
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THE MEDICINE BAG
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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Chas. S. Moody, M. D., Sandpoint, Ida.— There is a small lake near the town of Clark’s Fork (Idaho) that is stocked with what the residents say are German brown trout; whether they are or not I do not know, but there is one thing I do know, and that is that they will not take any sort of lure that has been offered them.
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Mountain Air
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EFFIE McDOWELL DAVIES
Softer than dew upon rose petals fair A fragrant breath comes to my longing heart It gently blows from bowers of bloom, so rare And stirs my soul—and quiet pulses start— It lightly breathes of ferns, by foaming streams, And sweetly soothes my thoughts to happiness
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ARMS and AMMUNITION
Automatic Pistols
“By Gosh and By Guess” Experts
Suggested Improvements
Erratum
The Maxim Silencer on a .22 Winchester
A Reply to Mr. Buehner
Stopping Powers of Various Calibers
Mr. Stuckert’s Opinion of the Automatic
More on the "Foot Pounds” Question
Arms and Ammunition Queries
How to Become an Expert Shot
San Francisco Schutzen Verein’s Golden Jubilee
A Reply to Mr. Surry’s Article
Favors Tests of Various Arms
The Puzzle Solved
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Pascal De Angelis
Charles Newton
ASHLEY A. HAINES
WM. F. SPICER
R. L. Black
TOWNSEND WHELEN
W. P. HILL
J. E. STUCKERT
J. D. THORPE
CAPT. A. H. HARDY
B. J. RANDOLPH
GUN LOVER
J. ED SHERIFF
It is a bad thing to recommend a dangerous or unsafe load for a firearm. A good many people said this in a good many more or less emphatic ways at the time of Dr. Hudson’s unfortunate test of a load which he says he thought was recommended by a rifleman for use in a revolver.
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THE MONTH'S MISCELLANY
A NEW SIGHT FOR .22 WINCHESTER.
CAMP PERRY TOURNAMENT.
DIVINE RCDS.
THE GREAT SUCCESS OF THE STEVENS NEW REPEATING SHOTGUN (BROWNING’S PATENT.)
BISLEY (ENGLAND) MEETING.
“MINNESOTA LAKES.”
ARIZONA QUAIL SEASON.
GOOD SHOOTING AT NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE.
A SPORTSMAN TRUNK MAKER.
TAXIDERMY ARTISTS.
WHY A MOTOR BOAT?
TRADE TALK.
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The accompanying illustration shows the new “V. & M.” peep sight for the Winchester .22 calibre, self-loading rifle, model 1903, manufactured by A. C. Van Horn, Groton, N. Y. There is no drilling of the frame required to mount this sight, it being atteched without extra fittings, the attaching screw taking the place of the regular take-down screw of the arm.
OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0036.xml
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Western Automobile Co.
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Western Automobile Co.
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0037.xml
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GEORGE FROST CO.: CUSHION BUTTON CLASP
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GEORGE FROST CO.
CUSHION BUTTON CLASP
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MISCELLANEOUS
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0039.xml
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Advertisements
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THE MATHEWSON AUTOMOBILE CO.
4 Cylinder, 40-45 HP
THE MATHEWSON AUTOMOBILE CO.
6 Cylinder, 60 HP
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Anheuser-Busch Brewery: Budweiser
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Anheuser-Busch Brewery
Budweiser
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L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.: L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
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L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO.
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0044.xml
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COLT’S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. CO.: The AUTOMATIC PISTOL
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COLT’S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. CO.
The AUTOMATIC PISTOL
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0045.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0046.xml
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BRICTSON MFG. COMPANY: Brictson Detachable Treads
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BRICTSON MFG. COMPANY
Brictson Detachable Treads
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0047.xml
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DENVER OMNIBUS & CAB CO.
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DENVER OMNIBUS & CAB CO.
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FISHING TACKLE AND IMPLEMENTS
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TAXIDERMISTS AND FUR DEALERS
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0050.xml
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THE KENNEL
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MARINE ENGINES, MOTORS AND BOATS
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WANTS, FOR SALE, EXCHANGES, ETC.
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TAXIDERMISTS.
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0054.xml
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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY: NABISCO SUGAR WAFERS
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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
NABISCO SUGAR WAFERS
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0055.xml
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THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY: UMC Steel Lined shells
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THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY
UMC Steel Lined shells
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0056.xml
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THE REMINGTON ARMS CO.: Remington Guns
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THE REMINGTON ARMS CO.
Remington Guns
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OutdoorLife_19090901_0024_003_0057.xml
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J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL COMPANY: Repeating Shotgun No. 520
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J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL COMPANY
Repeating Shotgun No. 520
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