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Guns in Connecticut: Wallace Stevens
December 19, 2012 No, he only worked for insurance companies, but Hartford does have an exceptionally high concentration of gun manufacturers. Colt, founded in 1845, has its headquarters here. The U.S. Firearms Manufacturing Co., the Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Co., Savage … Continue reading
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