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I just bought a Kodiak brand 22 mag semi auto. All I've been able to find out is that they made rifles and shotguns from '63 to'66. Seems to be a quality rifle. Anyone know any more about them? Says North Haven Conn. on the barrel.
Previous manufacturer located in North Haven, CT circa 1963-66.
Kodiak Co. was in business for only a short time. They produced the first .22 Mag. semi-auto rifle (Model 260), as well as a centerfire bolt action (Model 158 Deluxe), and a slide action shotgun (Model 458). While Kodiak long guns are rare and extremely well made, collectability to date has been minimal with most specimens selling at a slight premium over similar quality trade name counterparts of that era. Prior to 1963, Kodiak firearms were marketed under the trade name of Jefferson.