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Old 11-11-2011, 02:18 AM   #1
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I have this little hand gun tje barrel is 1-1/4 long it has clement arms co stamped in it . Also belgium on barrel. and the woulds "the baby".it allso has a p with a star overit sideway over # 38.I find the #38 in 3 other places . on the inside of the grips it stamped J L . it has a folding trigger no gaurd. over all its a little over 4' long. I know there is no.way its a 38. but 22 shorts fit in it great.
I needs a grip spring that has been broken

can any one help me out with info on the little gal



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Please do not use modern 22 shorts in your "puppy". They were called puppies, because they were a minature "Bulldog" revolver- yours was likely made for BLACK POWDER shorts.

Chas Clement was from Liege Belgium- cranked out a LOT of guns between 1893 and 1912. You will need to find a smith that will make you a spring.

Some info for you: Nouvelle page 0



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The pictures of it just don't do it justice.
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thanks shooter that link helped me out a lot.now if i could find a grip spring i would ready to go.

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