Help Identifying Belgian Side-by-side


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dkw1815
March 10, 2009, 03:55 PM
I have a side by side 9mm shotgun/22LR with a Belgian proof mark. The gun appears to be well made, has extensive engraving on stock, receiver and trigger guard. It is loaded via a rolling block; it does not have a break action. The barrel selector consists of a small lever on the hammer that pivots a plate into position to strike the appropriate firiing pin. The gun was owned by a now deceased friend so I have no way to trace the history through ownership. I can find no manufacturer information, model numbers or serial numbers. Any ideas about possible ID?

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Jim Watson
March 10, 2009, 08:29 PM
You have a Belgian made commodity grade small game gun.
There is no magic way to tell who made a gun if he was not proud enough of his work to apply a trademark.

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