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JBL "Warnant"

It is a garden rifle in 9mm Flobert of the Warant type with short breech. The barrel is octagonal, the trigger guard is in volutes. The walnut wood butt is cut "to the English".

The weapon bears the statutory hallmarks of the Liège profhouse, namely:

ELG * in a crowned oval: definitive acceptance after 1893.

Perron: inspection, in use from 1853 to the present day.

C*: Controller’s countermark, in use from 1877 to 1968.

The weapon also bears the following markings:

FL 9M. C: 9 mm Flobert.

JBL - 1924: it is probably the Liège manufacturer of this weapon but it could not be identified? ?

84: Serial number?

HO: Subcontractor? ?


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