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Old 07-29-2009, 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by General Pain View Post
still nobody know this one?
I'm still looking through my books, but I have a few guesses:

It may be some bizarre Frankenweapon a mad gunsmith came up with.

If not, the basic design and weirdness of it looks like the kind of stuff they were doing in the 1870-1920 period. The hinge-open, top-break design was also common in that time period. The frame style looks like those used by Hopkins & Allen in that time period as well, making me think even more that it's a Frankenweapon.
My reality check bounced,

Entirely too much T2K stuff here:

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