Location: Florence, Guilford County, North Carolina
Founded in 1862, as a repair facility to alter sporting arms for military use. Majority of work done by H.C. Lamb & Company. In 1862, Captain Z. Coffin ordered stocks, barrels and locks to assemble newly made rifles. Furniture of these arms varied, either being supplied by Glaze & Company or being remainders from Searcy & Moore's production. Number made estimated to be in excess of 300 rifles in both .50- and .54-calibers. These arms (particularly the barrels) exhibit characteristics of North Carolina contract pieces.
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