Re: Help Identify Strange antique shotgun.
Thank you so much for the info Jim! And to everyone else for the posts!
I am still very curious about this gun and am not willing to De-commission it just yet. I am considering testing it. Secured, with with a string to the trigger and firing from behind a blast shield. The gun shop that i took it to said it still has a lot of "meat" on it and I am hopeful. My question is this. If hypothetically that the gun does not explode would that mean it could handle repeated firing? I know that they tested brass barrels with 4 times the needed powder and then sent it to the front... I'm just saying that I really would like to actually use this thing.
Also who should I talk to about reblueing? Any gun shop with a gunsmith? Where do I find a stock for this bad boy?
Thanks so much for your time! If anyone wants more pics I can get them. I would really like to know more!