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My dad has had this gun forever and remembers a friend giving it to him, but knows nothing about it. The only mark anywhere on the gun looks like "E.D" and it is only visible when the barrels are broken over to load. I don't think it is worth much, but I would like to help my dad identify it. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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The letters may stand for "Eibar" which is a Spanish maker. It does look exactly like the double barrel pistols from Spain and South America. Value not much.
 

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Google "Garrucha". ADDED: This is only a guess, but , but .320 was a very popular cartridge in Europe for these guns. .320 was based on the .32 Short Colt cartridge and I believe they are interchangeable. That is if you can find any .32 Short Colt.
 
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