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Old December 21, 2020, 01:53 PM   #2
Jim Watson
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The Germans have been making drillings for well over 100 years.
If you want a discussion you are going to have to show multiple close clear pictures.
Especially of the proof marks on the bottoms of the barrels and the action flats and the maker's name which may be on the barrel or the top rib.

An older European 16 gauge shotgun will be chambered for the 65mm (2 1/2" or 2 9/16") shell. RST makes them, catching them in stock may be a challenge these days.
http://www.rstshells.com

The rifle barrel on a drilling can be difficult to identify, it may require measurement of a chamber cast if the proof marks are not enough description. And there were a lot of choices, many difficult to buy or even to handload.
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