Oury J.J.

Revolver pinfire Joury, according to patent 8300 of 1859, six shots, calibre 7 mm, double action.

Rifled barrel, round, of 105 mm, marked on the side “Joury breveté”. Latch-tightening screw of the barrel in lower part. Round cylinder, engraved the “rinceaux” one. Opened carcass, decorated in suite. Folding trigger. Plates of stick in drowning.

Liège manufacture to be brought closer the Mariette system.

21,5cm.

Galerie Reboul

Many thanks to the "GALERIE REBOUL" for these nice pictures.

 

With my humble opinion mark JOURY BREVETE is rather J.OURY BREVETE!

In this case, that could correspond to arms manufacturer OURY J.J of Saint-Remy (Liege).

Which during the time of 1859 to 1864 deposited 4 patents for improvements with the Lefaucheux pistol and additions, a beam with spring suitable for the closing of the firearms and a closing of pistols revolvers known as “blows of fist”.

I do not know the patent n°8300 of 1859?

Your revolver makes indeed think of the MARIETTE revolver although its knurled screw is not at the same place.

This screw gives off the gun of the block carcass rolls and facilitates thus the loading unloading.

For the remainder you described your weapon perfectly.

GG

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