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  1. Edwinson Green 12 Gauge Sidelock SxS

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I've recently acquired another double gun. It's an Edwinson Green, 12 gauge sidelock. It has ejectors and a single trigger which I find unusual for that age gun. The chokes are IC and M. It came with the original case, and is SN 6229. It still fires great with a tight action, only damage is a...
  2. 1796 British Heavy Dragoon (Flintlock) - made between 1796 & 1812

    Curio & Relics Forum
    Initially, I created this post asking for people to help me identify it. Well, a guy on in Flintlock Era facebook group helped. This is a Model 1796 British Heavy Dragoon Flintlock. By the proofs on the barrel, it was made between 1796 & 1812. It was privately commissioned, which means, it...
  3. 19 century British Bulldog help

    Technical Questions & Information
    Hello everyone, I'd greatly appreciate a bit of advice since I've been fighting with this for several days now. I got a very dirty and rusted 1870-1890 Belgian British Bulldog a few weeks ago and I took it apart for cleaning/conservation. I'm a novice to antique firearms, but rather experienced...
  4. .303 british ww2 cartridge box value

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hey, I have a box of .303 cartridges that came with parachute supply drop in norway from england during ww2. The seal is unbroken. How much would these be worth? What do the markings mean (cia and arrow stamp) and why are there 48 rounds in it(instead of 50)?
  5. Not sure what this is fully

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    So, last winter I bought a sporterized .303. Im unclear of any of the markings on it. Can anyone help me identify what it is exactly and what I can do to unsporterize it. I did remove the scope mount.
  6. Identification of a Tower Flintlock needed......

    Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns
    Hello, First time caller here....hey, I have a Tower flintlock lock that has the proper stamp and cypher as well as several stamps on the back, including the name "wheeler". I believe it to be authentic, but for the life of me, cannot find a gun that it belongs to. I thought it was a pistol, but...
  7. Enfield-Martini Mark I

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    This is the Enfield Martini-Henry I just bought for my dad. It is a Mark I and all of the inspector stamps match as well as the serial numbers on the receiver and the bore. The original roundel cannot be seen, but it was, at some point, restamped Arms-Nepal and shipped there to support the...
  8. Lee Enfield NO4 MK1

    General Military Arms & History Forum
    Hey guys I'm new to this forum and I just bought a No4 Mk1, but doesn't have any place to identify a manufacturer. I don't know much about Enfield's. I'm just looking for a manufacturer and a date. Also it's not stamed where it's supposed to be on the trigger band. Just has the serial number...