JAMAR-SMITS

Splendid shotgun to percussion one barrel with back lock.

The system of opening of the weapon is extremely interesting, the back part of the weapon actuated using a lever slips on a rail towards the back releasing the room thus.

The trigger guard is with volute and the rise also slides on a system of rail which is blocked using a screw butterfly.

The lock is engraved of foliage in hollow bottom and the trigger guard carries a damascened monogram. (Monogram of the “Conte de Ribaucourt”)

The manufacturer of this weapon is JAMAR-SMITS Jean Henri, street Demeuse, 22 in Liege.

He was registered with the bench of test of Liege of 1874 to 1895.

In 1885, it deposited a Belgian patent concerning the transformation of any weapon with bolt into weapon with repetition.

I could not see any punch of BE on the photographs nor the gauge of the weapon.

GG

Many thanks to the "ROYAL ARMY MUSEUM" Bruxelles for the pictures.

(N° identification : F769 Collection of "Comte de Ribaucourt")

R B entrelacé : monogramme du Comte de Ribaucourt

Another Jamar Jean Henri.

Curious mechanism!! By operating the bolt, it is all before which swivels, gun and longuess, and the whole advances to allow the loading.

Alain

Many thanks to the "ROYAL ARMY MUSEUM" Bruxelles and especially the section "ARMES PORTATIVE".

(N° d'identification : F170/180sup "Collection of Comte de Ribaucourt")

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