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Old 10-02-2013, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default Need help with the name of a rifle I once saw.

It was foreign made. It was a double barrel shot gun with a close to 50 cal barrel attached underneath. It was a breach. You loaded both shells and the cartridge.
The name Dremen, or Dremel comes to mind but I know thats not it. Anyone know what I am talking about?


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Old 10-02-2013, 02:01 AM   #2
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Drilling?...


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Drillings are a type of gun not a brand. Usually made by high end makers like Rigby, Holland and Holland, etc.
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Drilling may also be written drieling- since the name comes from the German Drie (three).
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Drillings are pretty cool, they really never caught on after solid body repeaters became common place but the concept was great, one gun, multiple uses! A bud of mine used to sport his .22/ .410 OU, it was a great squirrel/ rabbit gun and just plain fun to shoot.
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Drillings are neato pieces of firearms history.
Wouldn't mind having a reproduction.
The last one I saw was at a cabelas store.
They had two of the same rifle, it was a 16 bore barrel, with a rifle barrel next to it that was 8mm.
If you look at pics of the actions of the cartridge models, they could get pretty complex!


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