Inherited from Grandfather. Don't know what it is, heard was a 32 caliber rim fire. Took pictures of markings on the firearm, and that is all I got. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Thomas
I have no idea, though if it was posted in the Rifle Section or possibly the Curio and Relic Section, you may get an answer.
I am sure someone will be along to help you out. Good luck.
Nice though, I will give you $25 for it.
Well thats more than I got it for. LOL! If it was not my Grandfathers I would think about selling it. I remember my GF talking about it when I was a child , He said it was passed to him by his Grandfather. Never shot by him, but he did see it shot by his GF.
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Bill nailed that one. Shape of the trigger guard always catches my eye. The Flobert action is not intended to fire rounds with any real pressure- cartridges were round ball, primer only, no powder, indoor plinking. Have seen them in .22 up thru 9mm.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.