In 1925 they changed the cover format of their pocket catalogue to a woodgrain featuring "The Finest Gun in the World" slogan. By the March 1st, 1926, price list they had dropped the price of the Sterlingworth from $48 to $36.50 where it remained until mid-1932, well after the Savage buyout and the move to Utica. The price of the Super-Fox also was dropped to $79.60. The January 1st, 1927, price list is the same except for a price increase on the J and K grade single traps.
The mysterious GE-Grade at a price of $1100. was dropped to $1026 in the 1926 price list.