Oct. 22, 1904 "Sporting Life"
The Hunter Brothers, who are owners and manufacturers of the L. C. Smith gun and represented by the genial Harvey McMurchy, make a strong combination of capital and brains. Anything "Mack" says goes with the Hunters, and as the time seemed ripe for a perfect one-trigger, the word was given, and after three years of the most exhaustive possible tests the Hunter one-trigger is offered to the shooter as the result. This company has the reputation of always being absolutely sure of any improvement on the Smith gun before offering it to the sportsman, and the new one-trigger is no exception to the rule. We are assured that it has been used and abused in more ways than the ordinary shooter could think of, and has never once failed to meet the unusual work demanded of it.
Mr. John Hunter claims that they have had the Hunter completed for the past three years and are only now offering it to the trade when they know beyond any possible question of a doubt that it will work, and work every time. The one-trigger catalogue will be sent to our readers on application. It gives a full description of the Hunter one trigger, showing working parts, and is illustrated with shooting scenes, showing the advantages of the one-trigger on a double-barrel shotgun. Everyone interested in the one-trigger should send for this booklet to the Hunter Arms Co., Fulton, N. Y.