This an an unknown make .410 That has been in my family for close to 100 years. This was bought by my grandfather in the mid 1920's. The only markings are the serial numbers and "New York", and above the New York is a partial "AME". The old photo is my Father when he was 16, around 1933. Granddad started a walnut farm about six miles east of Amity, Or. just after the great depression. That's where I was taught to shoot the .410 and a Winchester 62A, ( which I also still have ) when I was eight years old. I'm now 70. Many squirrels and other rodents and birds fell to both those guns. The round count of that .410 must be huge. I shot it regularly up until 1985.
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That’s great family history. Thanks for the post.