ROBERT SCHÜLER BOCKBÜCHSFLINTE

A fine Bockbüchsflinte (Combination Gun) of Robert Schüler. Caliber of the gun is 16 + 5.6x50R Mag. Schüler was a Gunmaker in Cologne with roots in Suhl.He was known especially for his high end Drillings and Combination Guns. Typical Suhl modified Anson Lock with nice floral and game engraving. Mounted with a Swarovski scope, it’s a…

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MODERN CLASSICS OF MAX ERN

Two “modern” Classics of Master Gunmaker Max Ern and his son Max Jr. shown on the IWA in Nuremberg from March 3 to  6, 2017. The Ern Family created  a new Mauser Bolt Action Rifle and a fantastic Double Rifle. Though very different, both rifles thrill by highest quality as usual with the Ern Guns….

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MAX ERN – GUNMAKERS & ENGRAVERS

A Double Rifle always is something special, but this one of Max Ern from Leverkusen-Schlebusch, Germany is simply outstanding. Have a look on the gun and how it was made by the Ern Family. At the beginning there is an idea, a lot of  mental work and a plan: Probably Max Ern is one of the rare best gunmakers who…

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LEBEAU-COURALLY – LAST OF LIÈGE

History of Liège Once upon a time, there was a town in Belgium, called Liège, Luik or Lüttich, depending on the three official languages of Belgium. It was the cradle of the continental coal- and steel industry and became a center of the heavy industry. Firearms were produced in Liège since the 16th century, supplying nearly…

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A PURDEY SELF OPENER FROM 1896

Probably every gun aficionado dreams of a classic english double and on top of the wishlist usually there is one name: Purdey – “King of Gunmakers” and Gunmaker of the Kings, established 1814 in London, looking back at a long and rich history. This gun was made in 1896 for a Mr. Sorchan. It was…

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