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 steelindustry and became a center of the heavy industry. Firearms were produced in Liège since the 16th century, supplying nearly every…

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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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SPANISH BEST – SARASQUETA SIDELOCK

Sarasqueta was a famous name among spanish gunmakers. This Gun was made in 1921 as an extra prize for the winner of the (Live) Pigeon Shooting on December 25, 1921 of the “Real Club Espana de Torreon”. It was sold under the Trade Mark “Destroyer”. The gun is of high quality, in 12 G with Beesley/Purdey sidelocks and fine…

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HAMMER DOUBLE RIFLE FROM FERLACH

A classic Hammer Double Rifle made by Juch in Ferlach, owned by my friend Claus. Caliber of the rifle is 8×57 IRS, BL is 60 cm, with Zeiss scope 1,5-6×42, made in the 1980ies. Very nice engraving with game scenes, showing Bear and Keiler on the right and Red Deer and Roe Buck on the other side along with Diana…

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19 Classic Gun Ads That Show What We’ve Lost to Political Correctness | Tribunist

If you were looking for evidence of just how far people can take political correctness, firearms advertising is a great place to start. You won’t see a gun ad in a magazine that doesn’t directly target firearms enthusiasts. And they’re even rarer on television.Here are 20 old ads Source: 19 Classic Gun Ads That Show…

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