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.

The shingle of Max Ern, Gunmaklers & Engravers ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch

At the beginning there is an idea, a lot of  mental work and a plan:

At the beginning there is a plan: The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ in the white ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch

Probably Max Ern is one of the rare best gunmakers who makes his guns and rifles complete inhouse. Beside modern computer-controlled machines there is a lot of traditional craftmanship.

Max Ern Sr. and his son Max Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Jr. working on the Double Rifle in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern Sr. working on a stock in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The action of the Double Rifle lies between files on a bench in the Ern workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern working with the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern working with the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Label of the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in the Ern workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Max Ern working with the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in their workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Reamers in all calibers for the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in the Ern workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
Reamers in caliber .375 H&H for the Schilling & Kraemer rifling bench in the Ern workshop in Schlebusch near Cologne. ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch

Finally: The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″

The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ with vertical bloc ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch
The Ern Double Rifle in .450/400 N.E., 3″ ©Hunting-Heritage/Brauchitsch

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