Dumoulin Model 1906


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ReadyontheRight
March 11, 2003, 05:21 PM
What can you tell me about a Dumoulin Model 1906?

It's a double barrel, exposed hammer 12 ga. "Belgian Fine Steel" "Choke Bored" on the barrel. "T Dumoulin 8C" "Model 1906" on the receiver.

Shootable? Collectable?

Thanks!

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BADSBSNF81
March 11, 2003, 10:39 PM
Head on over to http://www.gunshop.com/. It is a shotgun only site. Lots of very knowledgeable folks over there.

fal308
March 12, 2003, 12:43 PM
From Side by Sides of the World by Charles E Carder;
Dumoilin Henri: was a Belgian gun maker ofprominent reputation. After his retirement, his son Ernest Dumoulin took the family business and continued to build high grade shotguns.
Dumoulin Ernest: Was the son of well known gun maker Henri Dumoulin of Liege, Belguim. Ernest began his career about 1930. Dumoulin is well respected for their fine sidelock and boxlock shotguns. Ernest Dumoulin has carried on the family tradition of building guns equal to the English "best guns". In 1986, Dumoulin boxlock side by sides were being imported by Midwest Gun Sport of Verona, WI and listed for $8200.
No.32.354: Sidelock, outside hammers, double triggers, fancy engraving/checkered wood, sling swivels
No.H66.615: Sidelock, as above except hammerless
No.12.456: boxlock, double triggers, fancy engraving/checkered wood
No.2.825: boxlock, as above except has side clips
No.2.939: boxlock, as above except less ornate
No.2/947: Scalloped boxlock, as above except with ventilated rib, recoil pad

Jagermeister
March 13, 2003, 08:56 AM
This was previously ans'd in the shotgun forum, with an attached photo and information. Guess I should have readdressed it here also.

you can view the attachment in the Shotgun forum under the same title

JM:banghead:

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