Some of the most beautiful work of this craftsman, and many others, are in this book “Liège Gunmakers through their Work. 1800 - 1950”.
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A certain LHOIST T living Cheratte deposited a patent and two patents of improvement relating to a "system of revolving gun" (not to say a revolver) in 1851 and 1853.
Another LHOIST J, domiciled successively:
Rue du Pont d’Ile, 18 to Liège (1901).
Rue Mosselman to Liège (1909).
Rue Wazon, 128 to Liège (1911).
And finally Rue de Maestricht, 120 to Tongres.
With deposited 4 patents during these years, relating to revolvers, an automatic target and a gun with repetition.
Belgian bench test with DOUTREWE : 1873 - 1894.
After : TJ LHOIST-DOUTREWE & Co from 1894 to 1896.
In 1898, it is teken again by Dossin Hubert.
A weapon whose barrel can be removed by moving a small key.
Once the removed barrel, one can leave the cylinder to charge it.
This weapon with four rotating barrels is marked “Lhoist Breveté”, and yet it resembles to mistake there with the Mariette pepper box.
Which is the difference?
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