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ATKIN, HENRY

Henry Atkin was apprenticed to his father at James Purdey & Sons in the mid-19th century. By 1890, he was considered a master craftsman of the gun trade. Atkin is best known for modified Beesley/Purdey action self-openers and modified Southgate type ejectors. Henry Atkin died in 1907, but the firm survived through various family members and later the Hodges family of gunmakers. By 1960, the firm merged with Stephen Grant and Joseph Lang.
Atkin Grant & Lang Ltd. provide a useful historical research service on older Henry Atkin shotguns and rifles. The charge for this service is £25 per gun, and the company will give you all pertinent factory information regarding its history.
Some company information courtesy of David Grant and Vic Venters.
Current trademark established in 1877 and currently manufactured by Atkin, Grant & Lang, located in Hertfordshire, England. Henry Atkin joined with Grant & Lang during 1960, forming Atkin, Grant & Lang Ltd. No current U.S. importation.

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