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Old 02-11-2018, 06:44 AM   #1
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Default Remington Arrow - Parker A1S Foldout

Nice 1930s Remington foldout featuring Arrow shotshells and Parker A1S.
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Old 02-11-2018, 02:01 PM   #2
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i believe thats a 1938 chevy coupe in the back ground...i have never seen a box of arrow speed shells before anybody else seen them....charlie
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Advertising high end shotguns and shotshells that should be a Packard!! I bought one of those folders off ebay and the USPS ate it.
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Charlie, I have no idea about the shells. Sorry.
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ARROW EXPRESS SHELLS
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When I got my Super-Fox during the summer of 1963 it came with two and a half boxes of ARROW EXPRESS 3-inch shells in #4 and #5. As I remember they were not quite like either of these from Ward's Auctions --

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thanks for showing the shells..i noticed at least one of the boxes was loaded with 1 3/8 ounce of shot and 4 drams of powder...i ve bid on a few of the boxes with these loadings but have come up short so far...are any of the arrow express shells red in color as they appear to be in the ad...love old shell boxes....charlie
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The green shells were the ARROW EXPRESS high velocity shells loaded with progressive burning smokeless powders. The red shells were the ARROW "Specified Loads" which were the last gasp of the old style bulk and dense smokeless powder loads.

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The last few ARROW specified loads appeared in the 1942 Remington Ammunition catalog. The ARROW EXPRESS 12-gauge 3-inch and 10-gauge 3 1/2 inch shells survived WW-II, last appearing in the January 1948 Remington Ammunition catalog.

The regular Remington progressive burning powder loads were called NITRO EXPRESS through the 1942 Remington Ammunition catalog, and by 1946 they were REMINGTON EXPRESS which they still are.
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For more info on Remington cartridges and shotshells, check out the International Ammunition Association.
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...forget the car...is that a Gordon Setter on the cover!?
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