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  1. Antique Firearm Discussion
    My great uncle gave it to me as a gift, he swore it was a .32 acp (I was instantly suspicious so I ordered a box of .32 acp and tried it. The bullet falls straight through the cylinder.) I did some research and I'm pretty sure it's belgian, possibly from the late 1800's. Would anybody know what...
  2. Antique Firearm Discussion
    I got this old revolver and I can't find anything about it online. The only marking I can find says "Rimmelin". I think it's chambered in 32 long rimfire but even that's just a guess. Any help appreciated, thanks for looking
  3. General Firearms
    I need some help identifying something that was passed along to me. It takes a 20 Guage shell on both ends. "Made in Germany" stamped on it. I'll attach some pictures.
  4. Introduction
    I am new to this forum. Hi you all I recently inherited a vetterli repeater rifle from 1800s and also an AW spies musal loader rifle also from the 1800s..van anyone tell me any info on this aw spies seems very very old and in good condition?
  5. Antique Firearm Discussion
    Need help identifying this. Has small gold inlays. Looks like a twist steel barrel.
  6. Antique Firearm Discussion
    I was given this handgun by someone in my family and I have no information whatsoever about it. It's obviously worse for wear but after removing what rust I could, I could find no marks or writing or numbers that I could use to identify make/model/year. I've tried researching what I thought it...
  7. Introduction
    Inherited this antique pistol from my Grandfather when he passed. It looks like it came off the set of Pirates of the Caribbean. Can anybody help a Vet identify this pistol? Many Thanks, RR
  8. Antique Firearm Discussion
    Hi everyone, My name is Larry. I live just outside Boston, MA. I’m new here. I’ve loved reading the posts and learning so much. Can anyone help me understand what I have hear? From the markings, it is a Winchester 1894 with a serial number that indicates it was manufactured in the early...
  9. Firearm Appraisal
    I have a JM Caswell gun that I am looking to know more information about. the gun is 52" overall length and the barrel is measured at 3ft long. There are only a few markings on this gun which include ( JM Caswell ) (Lansingburgh) To my brief knowledge this is a New York gun. I would like to know...
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