Tip up shotguns from Hopkins & Allen Arms Company, 1902 to 1915
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Tip up shotguns from Hopkins & Allen Arms Company, 1902 to 1915

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Published by Avril Onze Pub .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Firearms industry and trade,
  • History,
  • Hopkins & Allen Arms Company,
  • Norwich,
  • Shotguns

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11766670M
ISBN 100967988616
ISBN 109780967988610
OCLC/WorldCa48454236

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  copied from the gun blue book sxs Hopkins & Allen purchased Forehand Arms Co. and W.H. Davenport and continued to produce their line of firearms, and after a few years dropped the Forehand name. In , they offered the Forehand double boxlocks with or without outside hammers. Most models were offered in 12, 16 & 20 gauge.   Hopkins & Allen were only business from about to Also, "Hopkins and Allen Manufacturing Co." was used from to "Hopkins and Allen Arms Co." was used from to They made a large variety of pistols, rifles, boxlock shotguns, and falling block shotguns based on their falling block rifle design. pages, about 8 1/2" x 11" glossy soft-cover in full color. Reprinted with permission from Joe's estate. Printed on high quality 20# 97 bright acid free paper.   The company closed around , so it must be old, possibly may be a black powder gun. They don't appear to be very valuable, as at one time many were produced, but all I did was a quick Google search. yes that is close, foregrip is not the same. maybe someone made this one. HOPKINS ALLEN MAN. Hello my name is tom I have a Hopkins and allen

The Hopkins & Allen Manufacturing Co began at The Falls, Norwich, CT. In they moved to 48 Franklin Street in Norwich and from they were half owned by Merwin & Hulbert. moved to Franklin they bought the Bay State Arms Co.   Hopkins and Allen were one of the better arms makers. They made many rifles, shotguns, and pistols (Merwin-Hubert). They had a fixed price contract to make 91 Mausers, WW1 caused costs to go up they went bankrupt. The Hopkins & Allen Memorial Socieity HAAMS) puts out a news letter to collectors AVIL ONZE PUBLISHING Post Office box Delphos. Hopkins & Allen Arms Company was an American firearms manufacturing company based in Norwich, Connecticut, that was founded in by Charles W. Allen, Charles A. Converse, Horace Briggs, Samuel S. Hopkins and Charles W. Hopkins brothers ran the day-to-day operations of the company until it went bankrupt in and was subsequently bought by t: 38 caliber, Hopkins & Allen Pocket Revolver Model , 2 1/2" octagon barrel right side Auto Ejecting Revolvers S&W caliber, 6 shot double action revolver, top break, 3 1/2", 5" of 5 1/2" barrel with folding hammer, made from to

  Hopkins & Allen were bought out by Marlin in , but kept producing shotguns under their own name until the plant closed in , when the US entered WWI, and gun production resources were prioritized to the military. Ones like yours were made at .   Hopkins & Allen Manufacturing Co. was in business and produced falling block single barrel shotguns. The enterprise became Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. and introduced "tip-up" single barrel shotguns in after acquiring Forehand Arms; with a distinctive barrel take down lever and drop point receiver. Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. Fifty Years of Gunmaking - ; Vorisek. Fifty Years of Gunmaking By Joseph T. Vorisek. History of Hopkins & Allen. Hopkins & 4/5(1). Manufacturers Hopkins & Allen. Hopkins & Allen. A firearms manufacturing company based in Norwich, Connecticut from to The company was best known for producing rimfire handguns, and then later on centerfire handguns, shotguns, and rifles. Shop our selection of hard to find parts today! Muzzleloading Pistols. Muzzleloading Rifles.