I have this old gun

Thread starter #1
I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this kind of old shotgun or is familiar with it ? I know what Google says, but would value any first hand experience. It has no brand name, it does not have a gauge marking, I know it’s a 16 because I shot it several times during my youth in the early 70’s. It has matching serial numbers on the forearm, barrel and receiver, but in locations I’ve never seen. Thanks in adavance. 64E146AE-DE1D-46EC-A2C5-FA0D9C9CBF02.jpeg 81450EED-EBF7-47EB-BD3D-C7AED650227D.jpeg 4B7DAC6B-ADA6-424F-993A-71AB5A6A60D5.jpeg 4B7DAC6B-ADA6-424F-993A-71AB5A6A60D5.jpeg B5006843-5B07-4197-9FAC-00622E24D4B6.jpeg
 

Timberman

Senior Member
Quick search online found this

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

The Meriden Firearms Company of Meriden, Connecticut, USA manufactured small arms from 1905 to 1918. Meriden manufactured twenty varieties of hammer and hammerless revolvers with an output of 100 guns a day in 1906. In addition to pistols the company manufactured several types of shotguns and rifles."
 
Top