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Trade Names Used by Firearms Manufacturers




A.A. Co.: Inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Acme: (a) Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns.
(b) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on revolvers produced for the Merwin,

Hulbert and Company and the Herman Boker Company of New York.
(c) Trade name used by the Maltby, Henley and Company of New York on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Acme Arms Company: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on pistols and shotguns produced for the Cornwall Hardware Company of New York.

N.R. Adams: Trade name used by the N. R. Davis and Company on shotguns.

Aetna: Trade name used by the firm of Harrington and Richardson on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Alaska: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Alert: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Alexander Gun Company: Trade name believed to have been used by E.K. Tryon of Philadelphia on imported shotguns.

Alexis: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Allen 22: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

America: Trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

American: Trade name used by the Ely and Wray on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

American Barlock Wonder: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on Shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck Company of Chicago.

American Boy: Trade name used on firearms retailed by the Townley Metal and Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri.

American Bulldog: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

American Bulldog Revolver: Trade name used by Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on an inexpensive pocket revolver.

American Eagle: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

American Gun Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on pistols and shotguns that firm retailed.

American Gun Barrel Company: Trade name used by R. Avis of West Haven, Connecticut between 1916 and 1920.

American Nitro: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Americus: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Angel: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

The Arab: Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on shotguns.

Aristocrat: (a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket

Armory Gun Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Aubrey Shotgun: Trade name found on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago by Albert Aubrey of Meriden, Connecticut.

Automatic: (a) Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Avenger: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Baby Hammerless: Trade mark used successively by Henry KoIb and R. F. Sedgley on pocket revolvers they manufactured.

Baby Russian: Trade name used by the American Arms Company on revolvers they manufactured.

Baker Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they retailed.

Baker Gun and Forging Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they retailed.

Bang: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Bang Up: Trade name used on inexpensive pocket revolvers retailed by the Graham and Haines Company of New York.

T. Barker: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York on shotguns they retailed.

Bartlett Field: Trade name used on shotguns retailed by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

Batavia: Trade name used on shotguns produced by the Baker Gun Company.

Batavia Leader: Trade name used on shotguns produced by the Baker Gun Company.

Bay State: Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on both inexpensive pocket revolvers and shotguns.

Belknap: Trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on shotguns made by the Crescent Fire Arms Company, which they retailed.

Beilmore Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for them by the Crescent Fire Arms Company.

Berkshire: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Bicyle: Trade name used on firearms made by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company.

Big All Right: Trade name used on shotguns manufactured by the Wright Arms Company.

Big Bonanza: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Bismarck: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Black Beauty: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company on imported shotguns they retailed.

Black Diamond: Trade name found on Belgian made shotguns retailed by an unknown American wholesale house.

Black Diana: Trade name used by the Baker Gun Company or shotguns.

Blackfield: Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlet and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Blackhawk: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Black Prince: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Bliss: Trade name believed to have been used by the Norwich Arms Company.

Blood Hound: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Bluefield: Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns.

Bluegrass: Trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on shotguns they retailed.

Bluegrass Arms Company: Trade name of shotguns made by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. for Belknap Hardware of Louisville, KY.

Blue Jacket: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers they made for the Merwin, Hulbert and Company of New York.

Blue Leader: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Blue Whistler: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers they made for the Merwin, Hulbert and Company of New York.

Bogardus Club Gun: Trade name found on Belgian made shotguns retailed by an unknown

American wholesaler (possibly B. Kiftredge and Company of Cincinnati, Ohio).

Bonanza: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Boom: Trade name used by the Shattuck Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Daniel Boone Gun Company: Trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on firearms they retailed, 1900-1935.

Boone Gun Company: Trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on firearms they retailed.

Boss: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Boys Choice: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Bride Black Prince: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Bridge Gun Company: Registered trade name of the Shapleigh Hardware Company, St. Louis, Missouri.

Bridgeport Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Bright Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company

British Bulldog: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown American and English manufacture.

Brownie: (a) Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns.
(b) Trade name used by the O.F. Mossberg Firearms Company on a four-shot pocket pistol.

Brutus: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Buckeye: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(a)Trade name used by the Supplee - Biddle Hardware Company of Philadelphia on firearms they retailed.

Buffalo: Trade name used by the Western Arms Company on an inexpensive pocket revolver.

Buffalo Bill: Trade name used by the lver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on an inexpensive pocket revolver.

Bull Dog: Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Bull Dozer: (a) Trade name used by the Norwich Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(c) Trade name on Hammond Patent pistols made by the Connecticut Arms and Manufacturing Company.

Bull Frog: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on rifles.

Bulls Eye: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Burdick: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

General Butler: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Cadet: Trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on rifles.

Canadian Belle: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Cannon Breech: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on shotguns.

Carolina Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns produced for the Smith, Wadsworth Hardware Company of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Caroline Arms: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Co.

Caruso: Trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

Centennial 1876: (a) Trade name used by the Deringer Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Central Arms Company:
Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Century Arms Company:
Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Challenge: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns made by Albert Aubrey of Meriden, Connecticut.

Challenge Ejector: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns made by Albert Aubrey of Meriden, Connecticut.

Champion: (a) Trade name used by H.C. Squires on shotguns.
(b) Trade name used by J.P. Lovell on shotguns.
(c) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns and inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(d) Trade name used by the Norwich Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Chatham Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company used on shotguns.

Cherokee Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for C.M. Mclung and Company of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Chesapeake Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York.

Chicago: Trade name found on shotguns retailed by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

Chicago Ledger: Trade name used by the Chicago Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Chicago Long Range Wonder: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

Chicopee Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York.

Chieftan: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Christian Protector: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Climax XL: Trade name used by Herman Boker and Company of New York on revolvers, rifles and shotguns.

Club Gun: Trade name used by B. Kittredge and Company of Cincinnati, Ohio on shotguns they retailed.

Cock Robin: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Colonial: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Company on shotguns.

Colton Arms Company: Trade name used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on imported shotguns they retailed.

Colton Firearms Company: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Columbia: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by H.C. Squires on shotguns.

Columbia Arms Company: Registered trade name of Henry Keidel, Baltimore, Maryland.

Columbian: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Columbian Firearms Company:
(a) Trade name used by the Maltby, Henly and Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on shotguns.

Comet: Trade name used by the Prescott Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Commander: Trade name used by the Norwich Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Commercial: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Compeer: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Van Camp Hardware and Iron Company of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Competition: Trade name used by John Meunier of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on rifles.

Conestoga Rifle Works: Trade name of Henry Leman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Connecticut Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns.

Continental:
Trade name used by the Great Western Gun Works of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on firearms they retailed.

Continental Arms Company: Trade name used by the Marshall-Wells Company of Duluth, Minnesota on firearms they retailed.

Cotton King: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Cowboy: Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago on imported, inexpensive pocket revolvers they retailed.

Cowboy Ranger: Trade name used by the Rohde Spencer Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Crack Shot: Trade name used by the 3. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on rifles.

Crackerjack: Trade name used by the 3. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on pistols.

Creedmoore: (a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Chicago Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by William Wunflein on rifles.

Creedmoore Armory: Trade name used by A.D. McAusland of Omaha, Nebraska on rifles.

Creedmoore Arms Company: Trade name found on imported shotguns retailed by an unknown American wholesaler.

Crescent: Trade name used by the Crescent Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers and shotguns. They also made shotguns for H. & D. Folsom Arms Company. In the mid 1920s Savage Arms Co. bought Crescent Arms Co.

Crescent International 1XL: Trade name used by Herman Boker and Company of New York on shotguns.

Creve Coeur:
Trade name used by the Isaac Walker Hardware Company of Peoria, Illinois on imported shotguns they retailed

Crown: Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Crown Jewel: Trade name used by the Norwich Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Cruso: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartleft and Company of Chicago.

Cumberland Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Gray and Dudley Hardware Company of Nashville, Tennessee.

Czar: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Daisy: (a) Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Registered proprietary trade name engraved on firearms made by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company for the F. Lassefter and Company, Limited of Sydney, Australia.

Daniel Boone Gun Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Ky.

Daredevle: Trade name used by Lou is. Eppinger of Detroit, Michigan on pistols.

Dash: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Davis Guns: Trade names used successively by N.R. Davis, N.R. David & Sons, Davis-Warner and the Crescent - Davis Arms Company on various firearms. Later bought by Savage Arms Co..

Dead Shot: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Meriden Firearms Company on rifles.

Deer Slayer: Trade name used by J. Henry and Son of Boulton, Pennsylvania on rifles.

Defender: (a) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the U.S. Small Arms Company on knife pistols.

Defiance: Trade name used by the Norwich Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers. Deiphian Arms Company:
(a) Trade name used by the Supplee Biddle Hardware Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on shotguns they retailed which were supplied by the H. & D. Folsom Company of New York.
(b) Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York on shotguns.

Delphian Manufacturing Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York on shotguns.

Dexter: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Diamond Arms Company: Trade name used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on imported shotguns they retailed.

Dictator: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Dominion Pistol: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Double Header: Trade name used by E.S. Renwick on Perry and Goddard Patent derringers.

Douglas Arms Company:
Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on shotguns.

Dreadnought: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on shotguns and inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Duchess: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Duke: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers which may have been made by the Hopkins and Allen Company.

Dunlop Special: Trade name used by the Davis Warner Arms Company on shotguns made for the Dunlop Hardware Company of Macon, Georgia.

Duplex: Trade name used by the Osgood Gun Works of Norwich, Connecticut.

Eagle: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Eagle Arms Company: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Earlhood: Trade name used by E.L. Dickinson on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Earnest Companion: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Earthquake: Trade name used by E.L Dickinson on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Eastern Arms Company:
Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on both shotguns and inexpensive revolvers made by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works.

Eclipse: (a) Trade name found on single shot derringers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by E.C. Meacham on imported shotguns.

Electric: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Electric City Single Hammer: Trade name found on single shot shotguns retailed by the Wyeth Hardware and Manufacturing Company of St. Joseph, Missouri.

Elector: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Elgin Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Strauss and Schram Company of Chicago.

Elita: Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Fire Arms Company on shotguns.

Empire: (a) Trade name used by the Rupertus Patented Pistol Manufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Cresent Firearms Company on shotguns.

Empire Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

Enders Royal Shotgun: Trade name used by the Crescent -Davis Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Enders Special Service: Trade name used by the Crescent Davis Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Enterprise: Trade name used by the Enterprise Gun Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Essex Gun Works: Trade name used by the Crescent - Davis Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky.

Eureka: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Excel: Trade name used by both the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company and the Iver Johnson

Arms and Cycle Works: Name used on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago.

Excelsior: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture
(b) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns

Expert: (a) Trade name found on single shot derringers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the W.J. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Witte Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Express: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers. Farwell Arms Company: Trade name used by the Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk and Company of St. Paul, Minnesota on shotguns.

Fashion: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Faultless: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the John M. Smythe Merchandise Company of Chicago.

Faultless Goose Gun: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the John M. Smythe Merchandise Company of Chicago.

Favorite: (a) Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on rifles.
(b) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Favorite Navy: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Featherlight: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on firearms they retailed.

Folks Gun Works: Trade name of William and Samuel Folk of Bryan, Ohio on rifles and shotguns.

Freemont Arms Company: Trade name found on shotguns distributed by an unknown retailer.

Frontier: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers made for the firm of Maitby, Curtis and Company of New York.

Fulton: Trade name used by the Hunter Arms Company on shotguns.

Fulton Arms Company: Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns.

Game Getter: Registered trade mark of the Marble Arms and Manufacturing Company on combination rifle shotguns.

Gem:
(a) Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on single shot pocket pistols.
(b) Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

General: Trade name used by the Rupertus Patented Pistol Manufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Gerrish: Trade name of G.W. Gerrish of Twin Falls, Idaho used on shotguns.

Gibralter: Trade name of Albert Aubrey on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

Gladiator: Trade name of Albert Aubrey on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

Gold Field: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Gold Hibbard: Trade name used by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago on firearms they retailed.

Gold Medal Wonder: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Co. on shotguns.

Governor: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Guardian: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Gut Buster: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Gypsy: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Half Breed: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Hamilton Arms: Registered trade name of the Wiebusch and Hilger Company, New York.

Hammerless Auto Ejecting Revolver: Trade name of the Meriden Firearms Company used on revolvers made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of New York.

Hanover Arms Co.: If no foreign proofmarks then trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

S.H. Harrginton: If no foreign proofmarks then trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

Frank Harrison Arms Company: Trade name used by the Sickles and Preston Company of Davenport, Iowa on firearms they retailed.

Hart Arms Company: Trade name used by a Cleveland, Ohio wholesaler (possibly the George Worthington Company).

Hartford Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms on shotguns made for the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Harvard: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the George Worthington Company of Cleveland, Ohio.

Hercules: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago.

Hermitage Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Gray and Dudley Hardware Company of Nashville, Tennessee.

Hero: (a) Trade name used by the American Stand Tool Company on percussion pistols.
(b) Trade name used by the Manhattan Firearms Manufacturing Company on percussion pistols.

Hexagon: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Hinsdale: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

S. Holt Arms Company: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Hornet: Trade name used by the Prescoft Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Howard Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they distributed.

Hudson: Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Hunter: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky.

The Hunter: Trade name used by the Hunter Arms Company on shotguns.

Hurricane: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture. Illinois Arms Company: Trade name used by the Rohde, Spencer Company of Chicago on firearms they retailed.

Imperial: Trade name used by the Lee Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Imperial Arms Company:
Trade name used by the Hopkins and \Ilen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Infallible: Trade name used by the Lancaster Arms Company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania on shotguns they retailed.
Infallible Automatic Pistol: Trade name used by the Kirtland Brothers Company of New York on inexpensive pistols they retailed.

International: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by E.C. Meacham on shotguns.

Interstate Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Townley Metal and Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri.

I.O.A.: Trade name used by the Brown, Camp Hardware Company of Des Moines, Iowa on firearms they retailed.

Invincible:
Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on both shotguns and inexpensive pocket revolvers
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l.X.L.: (a) Trade name used by B.J. Hart on percussion revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Witte Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

J.S.T. & Company: Trade name used by the lver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Jackson Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for C.M. Mclung and Company of Knoxville, Tennessee.

Jewel: Trade name used by the Hood Fire Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Joker:
Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Joseph Arms Company (Norwich, Conn.): Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

Judge: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

KK: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Keno: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Kentucky: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Keystone Arms Company: Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the E.K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Kill Buck: Trade name of the Enterprise Gun Works (James Bown), Piftsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Kilideer: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on firearms bearing their trade name Western Arms Company.

King Nitro: Trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearm Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

King Pin: Trade name found on inexpensive single shot and revolving pocket pistols.

Kingsland Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Geller, Ward and Hasner Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Kirk Gun Company: Trade name used by Farwell, Ozmun, and Kirk Company of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Knickerbocker: Trade name used by the Crescent-Davis Firearms Company on shotguns.

Knickerbocker Club Gun: Trade name used by Charles Godfrey of New York on imported shotguns he retailed.

Knockabout: Trade name used by the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Knox-All: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on firearms they made for the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company of New York.

Lakeside: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms they made for the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago.

Leader: (a) Trade name used by the Shaftuck Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Leader Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they made for the Charles Williams Stores, Inc. of New York.

Lees Hummer: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms they made for the Lee Hardware Company of Salina, Kansas.

Lees Special:
Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms they made for the Lee Hardware Company of Salina, Kansas.

Liberty: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Liege Gun Company: Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartleft and Company of Chicago on imported shotguns they retailed.

Lion: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Little Giant: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Little John: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Little Joker:
Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Little Pal: Registered trade name for knife pistols made by L.E. Puihemus.

Little Pet: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers they retailed.

London Revolver: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Lone Star: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Long Range Winner:
Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Long Tom: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Marshwood: Trade name used by the H. and D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they made or the Charles Williams Stores Inc. of New York.

Marvel: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on various firearms.

Massachusetts Arms Company: Trade name used by both the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company and the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Blish, Mizet and Silliman Hardware Company of Atchinson, Kansas.

Maximum: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Metropolitan: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms they made for the Siegal-Cooper Company of New York.

Metropolitan Police:
(a) Trade name used by the Maitby, Curtiss and Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Rohde-Spencer Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Midget Hammerless: Trade name used by the Rohde - Spencer Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Minnesota Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they made for the Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk and Company of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Missaubi Arms Company: Trade name used by the Hunter Arms Company, possibly for the Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk and Company of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Mississippi Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Mississippi Valley Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Mohawk: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Blish, Mizet and Silliman Hardware Company of Atchinson, Kansas.

Mohegan: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Monarch:
(a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Osgood Gun Works on Duplex revolvers.
Monitor:
(a) Trade name used by the Whitneyville Armory on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Paxton and Gallagher Company of Omaha, Nebraska.

Montgomery Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on a variety of firearms.

Mountain Eagle: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Mount Vernon Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Carlin, Hulifish Company of Alexandria, Virginia.

My Companion: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

My Friend: Trade name used by James Reid of New York.

Napoleon: Trade name used by the Thomas J. Ryan Pistol Manufacturing Company of Norwich, Connecticut on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

National Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made both for the May Hardware Company of Washington, D.C., and the Moskowitz and Herbach Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Nevermiss: Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on single shot pocket pistols.

New Aubrey: Trade name used by Albert Aubrey of Meriden, Connecticut on both revolvers and shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

New Britain Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

New Elgin Arms Company: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

New Empire: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

New England Arms Company: Trade name believed to have been used by Charles Godfrey on shotguns made for the Rohde, Spencer Company of Chicago.

New Era Gun Works: Trade name used by the Baker Gun Company on firearms made for an unknown retailer.

New Haven Arms Company: Trade name found on Belgian shotguns imported by either E.K.Tryon of Philadelphia or the Great Western Gun Works of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

New Liberty: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers they retailed.

New Rival: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Van Camp Hardware and Iron Company of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Newport: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

New Worcester: Trade name used by the Torkalson Manufacturing Company of Worcester, Massachusetts.

New York Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Garnet Carter Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

New York Gun Company:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Garnet Carter Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

New York Club:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on rifles.

New York Machine Made: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company.

New York Pistol Company: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Nightingale: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Nitro Bird: Trade name used by the Richards and Conover Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri.

Nitro Hunter: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky.

Nitro King: Trade name used by the Sears, Roebuck and Comany of Chicago on shotguns of unknown manufacture.

Nitro Special: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool ompany on shotguns.

Northfield Knife Company: Trade name used by the Rome Re~lver and Novelty Works of Rome, New York on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Norwich Arms Company:
(a) Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name found on shotguns retailed by the Marshall, Wells Company of Duluth, Minnesota and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Norwich Falls Pistol Company: Trade name used by the O.A. Smith Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers made for ulaltby, Curtis and Company of New York.

Norwich Lock Manufacturing Company: Trade name used by .W. Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Mot-Nac Manufacturing Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Canton Hardware Company of Canton, Ohio.

OK: (a) Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on single shot pocket pistols.
(b) Trade name used by Cowles and Son of Chicopee Falls, Massachusefts on single shot poket pistols.
(c) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Old Hickory: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartleft and Company of Chicago on shotguns they retailed.

Old Reliable: Trade name used by the Sharps Rifle Company.

Olympic: (a) Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on rifles and pistols.
(b) Trade name used by the Morley and Murphy Hardware Company of Green Bay, Wisconsin on firearms they retailed (possibly made by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company).

Osprey: Trade name used by Lou 3. Eppinger of Detroit, Michigan on firearms he made.

Our Lake: Trade name used by E.L. and 3. Dickinson of Springfield, Massachusetts on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Oxford Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky.

Pagoma: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Paxton and Gallagher Company of Omaha, Nebraska.

Palmetto:
Trade name used by the Edward K. Tryon Company ?f Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on various types of firearms.

Panther: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of jnknown manufacture.

Paragon: (a) Trade name used by the Prescoft Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Baker Gun Company on shotguns.

Parole: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Path Finder: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Patriot: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Peace Maker: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Peerless: Trade name used by the Crescent-Davis Firearms Company on shotguns made for various wholesalers.

Pelican:
Trade name of the Thomas, Ogilvie Hardware Company of Shreveport, Louisiana.

Penetrator: Trade name used by the Norwich Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Peoria Chief:
Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Perfect: Trade name used by the Foehl and Weeks Firearms Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Perfection: (a) Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the H.G. Lipscomb and Company of Nashville, Tennessee.
(b) Trade name used by the John M. Smythe Merchandise Company of Chicago on firearms they retailed.

Pet: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Petrel: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Phenix: Trade name used by J. Reid of New York on revolvers.

Phoenix: (a) Trade name used by J. Reid of New York on revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Whitneyville Armory on percussion revolvers.

Piedmont: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Piedmont Hardware Company of Danville, Pennsylvania.

Pinafore: Trade name used by the Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Pioneer: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Pioneer Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Kruse and Baklmann Hardware Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Pittsfield: Trade name used by the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago on firearms probably made by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company.

Plug Ugly: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Plymouth: Trade name used by Spear and Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on firearms they retailed.

Pocahontas: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Pointer: Trade name found on single shot pocket pistols of unknown manufacture.

Prairie Fire: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolversof unknown manufacture.

Prairie King: (a) Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Premier: (a) Trade name used by the Thomas E. Ryan Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardsor Arms Company on revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by the Montgomery Ward an Company of Chicago on firearms they retailed.
(d) Registered trade name of Edward K. Tryon an Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Premium: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

John W. Price: Trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky on firearms they retailed.

Progress: Trade name used by Charles J. Godfrey of New York on shotguns.

Protection: Trade name used by the Whitneyville Armory on revolvers.

Protector: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Chicago Firearms company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Protector Arms Company: Trade name used by the Rupertus Patented Pistol Manufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Providence: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Quail: Trade name used by the Crescent-Davis Arms Company on shotguns.

Queen: (a) Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Hyde and Shattuck Company on inexpensive single shot pocket pistols.

Queen City: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Elmira Arms Company of Elmira, New York.

Ranger: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by Eastern Arms Company on various firearms made for Sears And Robuck and Co of Chicago.
(c) Trade name of the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on a wide variety of firearms marketed by that firm.

Reassurance: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Red Chieftan: Trade name used by the Supplee Biddle Hardware Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on inexpensive pocket pistols they retailed.

Red Cloud: Trade name used by the Ryan Pistol Manufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Red Hot: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Red Jacket: (a) Trade name used by the Lee Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Reliable: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Reliance: Trade name used by John Meunier of Milwaukee, Wisconsin on rifles.

Rev-O-Noc:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

Rich-Con: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company for shotguns made for Richardson & Conover Hardware Company.

Richmond Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for an unknown retailer.

Charles Richter Company:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the New York Sporting Goods Company of New York.

Rickard Arms Company:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the J.A. Rickard Company of Schenectady, New York.

Rip Rap: Trade name used by the Bacon Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Rival: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Van Camp Hardware and Iron Company of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Riverside Arms Company: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on various types of firearms.

Robin Hood: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Rocky Hill: Trade name found on inexpensive cast iron percussion pocket pistols made in Rocky Hill, Connecticut.

Rodgers Arms Company: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on firearms made for an unknown retailer.

Royal Gun Company: Trade name used by the Hollenbeck Gun Co. Wheeling West Virgina.

Royal Service: Trade name used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on firearms they retailed.

Rummel Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the A.J. Rummel Arms Company of Toledo, Ohio.

Russel Arms Company: Registered trade name of the Wiebusch and Hilger Company of New York.

Russian Model: Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Safe Guard: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Safety Police: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

St. Louis Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Shapleigh -Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Scott: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Secret Service Special: Trade name used by the Rohde, Spencer Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Senator: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Sentinal: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

The Sheffield: Trade name used by the A. Baldwin and Company, Limited of New Orleans, Louisiana on shotguns they retailed.

Sickels-Arms Company: Trade name used by the Sickels and Preston Company of Davenport, Iowa on firearms they retailed.

Simson: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on firearms made for the Iver Johnson
Sporting Goods Company of Boston, Massachusetts.

Sitting Bull: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture. Skues Special: Trade name used by Ira M. Skue of Hanover, Pennsylvania on shotguns.

Smoker: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

John M. Smythe & Company: Trade name used by H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company for shotguns made for John M. Smythe Hardware Company of Chicago.

Southern Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for an unknown retailer.

Southerner: (a) Trade name used by the Brown Manufacturing Company and the Merrimac Arms Manufacturing Company on single shot pocket pistols.
(b) Registered trade name of Asa Farr of New York on pistols.

Southron: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket pistols of unknown manufacture.

Special Service: Trade name used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Spencer Gun Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company.

Splendor: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

The Sportsman: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the W. Bingham Company of Cleveland, Ohio.

Springfield Arms Company: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company.

Spy: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Square Deal:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Stratton, Warren Hardware Company of Memphis, Tennessee.

Stand: Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on revolvers.

Stanley Arms: Registered trade name of the Wiebusch and Hilger Company of New York on firearms they retailed.
Stanley Double Gun: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom- Arms Company on shotguns they retailed.

Star: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive single shot pocket pistols of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Prescott Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

State Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0 Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the J. H. Lau and Company of New York.

Sterling: (a) Trade name used by E.L. and J. Dickinson of Springfield, Massachusetts on single shot pistols.
(b) Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns they retailed.

Stinger: Registered proprietary trade name engraved on firearms made by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company for the Perry Brothers Limited of Brisbane, Australia.

Stonewall: (a) Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on single shot derringers.
(b) Trade name used by T.F. Guion of Lycoming, Pennsylvania on single shot percussion pistols he retailed.

Striker: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Sullivan Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Sullivan Hardware Company of Anderson, South Carolina.

Superior: Trade name of the Paxton and Gallagher Company of Omaha, Nebraska on revolvers and shotguns.

Super Range: Trade name of the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago on shotguns.

Sure Fire: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Swamp Angel:
Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Swift: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on firearms made for the John P. Lovell & Sons, Boston, Massachusetts.

Syco: Trade name used by the Wyeth Hardware Company of St. Joseph, Missouri on firearms they retailed.

Ten Star: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Geller, Ward and Hasner Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

Terrier: Trade name used by the Rupertus Pantented Pistol Maufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Terror: Trade name used by the Forehand and Wadsworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Texas Ranger: Trade name used by the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers they retailed.

Thames Arms Company: Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on firearms they made for an unknown wholesaler.

Tiger: (a) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the J.H. Hall and Company of Nashville on shotguns they retailed.

Tobin Simplex: Trade name used on shotguns of unknown manufacture which were retailed by the G.B. Crandall Company, Limited of Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.

Toledo Firearms Company:
(a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by E.L. and J. Dickinson on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Toronto Belle: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Townleys Pal and Townleys American Boy: Trade name used by H. & D. Folsom Arms Company for shotguns made for Townley Metal and Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri.

Tramps Terror: Trade name used by the Forehand and Wad-sworth Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Traps Best: Trade name believed to have been used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Watkins, Coftrell Company of Richmond, Virginia.

Triumph: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns.

Trojan: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

True Blue: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Tryon Special: Trade name used by the Edward K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on shotguns they retailed.

Tycoon:
Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Union: (a) Trade name found on inexpensive single shot pocket pistols of unknown manufacture.
(b) Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by the Prescott Pistol Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Union Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Bostwick, Braun Company of Toledo, Ohio.

Union Jack: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Union N.Y.: Trade name used by the Whitneyville Armory on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Unique: Trade name used by the C.S. Shaftuck Arms Company on revolvers and four barrel pocket pistols.

United States Arms Company: Trade name used by Norwich Falls Pistol Company (O.A. Smith) on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

U.S. Arms Company: Trade name used 5uccessively by the Alexander WaIler and Company (1877), the Barton and Company (1878) and the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company (1879 forward) on a variety of firearms.

U.S. Revolver: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

U.S. Single Gun: Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on single barrel shotguns.

Universal: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Utica Firearms Company:
Trade name used by the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on firearms they retailed.

Valient: Trade name used by the Spear and Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on firearms they retailed.

Veiled Prophet:
Trade name used by the T.E. Ryan Pistol Manufacturing Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Venus: Trade name used by the American Novelty Company of Chicago on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Veteran: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Veto: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Victor: (a) Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on single shot pocket pistols.
(b) Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on inexpensive pocket pistols and revolvers.

Victor Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago.

Victor Special: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartleft and Company of Chicago.

Victoria: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

Virginia Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company and later the Davis-Warner Arms Company on firearms made for the Virginia-Carolina Company of Richmond, Virginia.

Volunteer: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers ade for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky.

Vulcan:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Edward K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Walnut Hill: Trade name used by the J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company on rifles.

Warner Arms Corporation: Trade name used by the H. & 0 Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Kirtland Brothers, Inc. of New York.

Wasp: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of unknown manufacture.

Wautauga: Trade name used by the Whitaker, Holtsinger Hardware Company of Morristown, Tennessee on firearms they retailed.

Western: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Paxton and Gallagher Company of Omaha, Nebraska.

Western Arms Company:
(a) Trade name used by the Bacon Arms on various types of firearms.
(b) Trade name used by W.W. Marston on revolvers.
(c) Trade name used by Henry KoIb and later R.F. Sedgly of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Baby Hammerless revolvers.
(d) Trade name used by the Ithaca Gun Company on shotguns believed to have been made for the Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago.

Western Field: Trade name used by Montgomery Ward and Company of Chicago on shotguns of various makes which they retailed.

J.J. Weston: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns.

Whippet: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartleft and Company of Chicago.

Whistler: Trade name used by the Hood Firearms Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.

White Powder Wonder: Trade name used by Albert Aubrey of Meriden, Connecticut on shotguns made for the Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago.

Wildwood: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company for shotguns made for Sears, Roebuck & Company.

Wilkinson Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Richmond Hardware Company of Richmond, Virginia.

Wiltshire Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Stauffer, Eshleman and Company of New Orleans, Louisiana.

Winfield Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on various types of firearms.

Winner: Trade name found on inexpensive pocket revolvers of-unknown manufacture.

Winoca Arms Company:
Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the N. Jacobi Hardware Company of Wilmington, North Camlina.

Wittes Expert: Trade name used by the Witte Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on shotguns they retailed.

Wittes lXL: Trade name used by the Wifte Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on shotguns they retailed.

Wolverine Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Fletcher Hardware Company of Wilmington, North Carolina.

Woodmaster: Trade name found on Belgian shotguns imported by an unknown wholesaler.

Worlds Fair: Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on shotguns.

Worthington Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & 0. Folsom Arms Company on various types of firearms.

Wyco: Trade name used by the Wyeth Hardware and Manufacturing Company of St. Joseph, Missouri on firearms they retailed.

XL: (a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Company on single shot pocket pistols.

XPERT: (a) Trade name used by the Hopkins and Allen Company on inexpensive pocket revolvers.
(b) Trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on inexpensive single shot pocket pistols.

XXX Stand: Trade name used by the Marlin Firearms Companyon revolvers.

Young America: Trade name used by J.P. Lindsay of New York on superimposed – load percussion pistols.

Young American: Trade name used by the Harrington and Richardson Arms Company on revolvers.


 

 
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