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German Drilling Rifle Combo (with Pictures)

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Old 08-22-2010, 05:41 PM   #11
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I'm not interested in selling it, I was just posting it to spread a little different type of education around. I know a little about the weapon, but I was unaware of any subculture dedicated to them or anything like that.

Thanks for the info guys.

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Old 08-22-2010, 09:35 PM   #12
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WOW JD I would have never thought of you owning something like that. You are one lucky grandson there man. You can see the German craftsmanship all over that gun. They only thing I see is the screws don't all line up. On those rifles I think all the screws should point in the same direction. From what I see it was three that didn't. I wouldn't go messin with them though.

I would have that baby locked up in it's own custom designed 6" thick acrylic case with motion sensor weight sensor and Sharks with freekin laser beams on their heads guarding that one.
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That is one beautiful piece of German workmanship.

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Beautiful gun - thanks for sharing!
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Old 08-23-2010, 04:04 PM   #15
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The Europeans seemed to be the inovators of their day. Covering all bases with one firearm like the drilling: (from the German drei for three).

Good examples like yours are very collectable and command high prices more or less like the side by side double rifles.

A family heirloom to be sure.
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That's suh-WEET! The Monte Carlo stock is a nice touch, too. You've set a new standard for Gunne Porne.
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