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Old March 28, 2012, 05:57 AM   #5
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"Bayard" was a trade-name used by the Belgian manufacturer Pieper for many of their guns; this is one of their "boy's rifles", but that's about all we can tell you without close-up pictures of those marks, and that may be all we could tell you, period. If this rifle splits cases when you shoot it, it may actually be chambered for 6mm Flobert, and shouldn't be fired with modern 22 ammo.
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