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This was given to me by my father although its still at his house in Canada, it was aquired in Florida at the ROTC building in Pensacola in a brown type wax paper loaded with packing grease. Paid $19 dollars for it in 1967 or round abouts. I did some looking around and I found
S/N: 301041
Model: 1892
Patented 1884 NH Con.
Chambered: 38-40
Made: 1904

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This was my dads hog/bush gun for years and years when he lived in florida. :) Pretty damn nice after 110yrs. This gun always caught my attention even as a little boy.
 

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Now that is something to be proud of...but I know you are. Awesome rifle, hope your family continues to enjoy it for many, many years!
 
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Great lookin' rifle
 
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