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help to id old muzzle loader

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Don Adkins, Jul 16, 2006.

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  1. Don Adkins

    Don Adkins Member

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    Need help to identify old muzzle loading percussion double barrell shotgun.following markings found.Top of barrell has LONDON FINE TWIST,Miller is engraved on sidelocks,both sides.Bottom of rib has letters JR stamped.Both barrells have numerous markings.3 sets of crowns with crossed swords.1 set has letter B in crest with crown .Left barrell has 3 star lke markings.14 is stamped on barrell between crown/crest/sword markings.Any ideas?
     
  2. Duncaninfrance

    Duncaninfrance Member

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    Pictures not words

    :cuss: Don, get some pics up, remember a picture is worth a 1000 words. You only give us 75!
    Duncan:
     
  3. cavtrooper1

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    london fine twist

    I also have a similar shotgun but I need to figure out how to post pics here??
    Greg
     
  4. G.A.Pster

    G.A.Pster Member

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    posting pics.

    Easy,
    Just put your picture on an image hosting website, there are a lot of them but I like this one. photobucket
    You right click on the image you’d like to show, click properties, highlight and copy the address(url), click the “insert image” button on the forum, paste the address and that should do the trick.
     
  5. Smokin_Gun

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    Try this one works for me...should be the first selection with IMG for forums to post pics here.
    Just copy and save it to your favorites:
    http://www.freeimagehosting.net/
     
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