Re: Remington Rolling Block...Spanish?
It's alot easier to identify a car than a gun me-thinks. There were non-firing display guns manufactured even way back when, fakes abound in this arena, tons of faked "old" guns out there.
Ya, photographs are necessary, a close up of the one known mark is necessary. But also, sometimes, armory marks and inspection marks were stamped into the undersides of barrels, hidden by the stock or half stock, and sometimes, there are foundry marks on the insides of lockplates, etc. So.. dismantling the gun, to see if there are additional marks, outside of viewing on the assembled gun, is a very good idea too.
ElvinWarrior... aka... David
I KNOW that CAR !!! It's a Rolls-Kan-Knarly !!! It is famous for rolling down one hill, and can hardly get up the next !!!
God Made Man, But COLT Made Them Equal !!!
Last edited by ElvinWarrior; 03-29-2011 at 05:06 AM..