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Unread 10-13-2021, 09:20 AM   #3
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Dean, I believe William was referring to his gun as a Quality T lifter not a T-latch lifter.

What you get in the letter depends on when the gun was made and if it's not in a missing order or stock book. A gun made in 1882 has a good chance to be in both books. Low grade guns were ordered mostly by hardware stores, sporting goods stores, or dealers, usually not by individuals. If you order a letter online, the letter will usually go out to you the same day or no more than a few days later. Depends on what I'm doing. Mail me a check and it takes longer to get it.
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