Meriden Repeating Hammerless Shotgun
Meriden's The Man Behind the Gun publication contained 25 or so pages of testimonials. In addition, it stated that coming on October 1st, 1913 would be the "Meriden Repeating Hammerless Shotgun. Better than the rest." It was to have perfect balance, handsome lines, and "Genuine Krupp Steel Barrels".
The new slide action shotgun would be based Arthur J. Savage's patent which was clearly communicated in advertising for the firearm as well as on the gun itself.