Author Topic: "The Bear Gun"  (Read 3569 times)


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"The Bear Gun"
« on: June 30, 2017, 12:58:54 AM »
Sorry blurry.  I may acquire this piece in the forseeable future. I've forgotten if the bbls are longer than 39" or not. Ol' guy only recalls his dad referring to this one as "The Bear Gun".  There are no military markings; one part of it is clearly blacksmith made. They look like Bess bbls to me. Wing nuts lock the adjustable "fan" of bbls spread.  Left side lock modified to sit on left.  Single makeshift flash pan tray and trigger linkage for simultaneous ignition, pan not shown

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