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The Strowger switch is the first commercially successful electromechanical stepping switch telephone exchange system. It was developed by the Strowger Automatic Telephone Exchange Company founded in 1891 by Almon Brown Strowger. Because of its operational characteristics, it is also known as a step-by-step (SXS) switch.

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  1. CountryGent

    This is my boomstick!

    Well, how about a picture thread devoted to SxS doubles? They can be a lot of fun. I'll get us start with a pick I took this morning: Left to right: Stevens 511 Series A, 12-gauge (2¾ and 3"): I bought this one many moons ago from a gunshop in Longview for next to nothing. It has quite...
  2. RedneckRampage

    SxS 12ga Worth SBS'ing

    I'm really wanting a SxS 12ga Short Barrelled Shotgun. I would like something quality to start out with. What should I look for? I'd like to stay under about $700 for the gun.
  3. S

    "Marixa" Eibar 10 gauge SxS Made in Spain ?

    Hi, I'm new here. I'm trying to find out some info on this shotgun that I own. So as you can see it's a SxS Spanish made 10 gauge. Showing "Marixa" Eibar on the barrels. Apparently Eibar is a town in Spain. But I don't know the manufacturer. I'm also trying to find out the age, if possible. And...
  4. SXS and choke selections

    A while back I picked up one of these: Stoeger Coach Supreme... Now to what I wanted to do with it. I'm a sucker for short firearms, be it short rifles or compact handguns and shotguns. My previous choice was a shotgun that had no options for chokes and I was always shooting cylinder bore...
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