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LEFEVER NITRO SPECIAL DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN
12 Gauge Lefever Arms Nitro Special serial number 286644 which dates it to 1929.
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Manufactured in 1929
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12 Gauge Lefever Arms Nitro Special serial number 286644 which dates it to 1929. Although it was manufactured 92 years ago the barrels are still shiny. It has a small flying duck on both sides of the receiver and the numbers on the wood hand guard match. It locks up tight and the action functions as designed. There are no cracks in the stock so you could leave it as is or refinish it.

Lefever History

The Lefever Arms Company (1883–1916) was a manufacturer of guns in Syracuse, New York founded by Daniel Lefever. The company was in the business of gun manufacture until 1916, when it merged with Ithaca Gun Company in Ithaca, New York, which continued Lefever production until 1921.
By 1912, the company ventured into the manufacture of transmissions and jackshafts for motor wagons. This subsidiary was merged with the Durston Gear Company in 1916.

LEFEVER ARMS COMPANY, INC. (ITHACA)Location: Syracuse, New York During 1916, Ithaca Gun company purchased the gun making assets of Syracuse, New York based Lefever Arms Company. Between then and World War I, they continued to manufacture the same sideplate gun that had been made in Syracuse until about 1919, when they were discontinued. Prices for those guns are listed in Sideplated Shotgun section. During 1921, Ithaca Gun Company, under the name Lefever Arms Company, Inc., introduced a line of lower cost boxlock guns. Eventually, six different models were produced. Ithaca's Lefever guns were produced in 12-, 16- and 20-gauge and .410 bore.
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  • 12 Gauge Lefever Arms Nitro Special serial number 286644 which dates it to 1929. Although it was manufactured 92 years ago the barrels are still shiny. It has a small flying duck on both sides of the receiver and the numbers on the wood hand guard match. It locks up tight and the action functions as designed. There are no cracks in the stock so you could leave it as is or refinish it.

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