Help identify

Discussion in 'General Firearm Talk' started by libertysagun, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. libertysagun

    libertysagun .40 S&W

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    IMG_20170907_161747462.jpg IMG_20170921_162348837.jpg there are NO markings anywhere on this gun
     
  2. Patriot

    Patriot 6.5 Creedmoor

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  3. libertysagun

    libertysagun .40 S&W

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    Unknown. It may be a pre 1899 black powder cartridge. If that is the case it was well taken care of the bore is clean and sharp.
     
  4. HIghlander

    HIghlander .40 S&W

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    Have you looked under the fore grip for markings?
     
  5. libertysagun

    libertysagun .40 S&W

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    I took it all apart and went over it all with a magnifying glass and then an electronic microscope and found nothing. The bore mic.s at .280+/- so it could be European 7mm?
     
  6. HIghlander

    HIghlander .40 S&W

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    Maybe a .280 Ackley round?
     
  7. IrishMick

    IrishMick .38 Special

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    No markings? Must be an evil ghost gun!
     
  8. Jsmegs77

    Jsmegs77 .45 acp

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  9. Robin

    Robin .308 Win

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    Could be home made.
    Robin
     
  10. libertysagun

    libertysagun .40 S&W

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    Yes it's definitely not a Triplett and Scott but what cool guns those were. It certainly could be a "home made" or more likely a locally made firearm. I do enjoy finding odd unmarked guns and then searching for books and info about them.
     
  11. Exonautic

    Exonautic .357 mag

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    that rotating breech threw me off, thought the sights were meant to be shot 1876 gangster style.
     
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