SOLUTION FIREARMS HISTORY, Post of April 12

Well, here comes the solution of the riddle I baffled to you on April 12, 2016. It’s an early breechloading Gun from the Belgian Gunmaker Family Montigny. My friend Marc gave me a reference to a similar gun in the National Arms Museum in Liège and a friend in the Netherlands found this nice sheet in a…

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WHEN I GET OLDER….

Our dogs grew older together with us, unfortunately they normally have a shorter live…. Deutscher Wachtelhund “Hummel” in her fourth year: and eight years later…: …together with her successor, Deutscher Wachtelhund “Trüffel”, one year old. Looking thankful back on 13 good years with my hunting companion.  

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GUN PICTURE OF THE WEEK

Picture of the week Some very fine examples of Gunmaking Art, made by german Master Gunmaker Max Ern, from left: SxS Double Gun, 20G, Ejector, Round Action, Easy Opener, Ern Sidelock, BL: 71,5 cm, Weight: 2570 g. SxS Double Rifle, Cal. 9,3x74R, Ejector, Ern Sidelock, BL: 63,5 cm, Weight: 3600 g. O/U Double Rifle, Cal….

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FIREARMS HISTORY – HISTORISCHE FEUERWAFFEN

For Connaisseurs only! Please comment if you have an idea about this action. This Gun from the collection of a Gunmaker and Collector from Germany is an interesting piece of History. Look at the perfect, of course handmade mechanism. Unbelievable the precision of this early breech-loader. If you don’t know what it is, I will tell you…

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