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#555069 09/16/19 01:48 PM
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Does anyone know the maker or retailer that uses this logo?

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PL #555097 09/16/19 11:08 PM
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looks frenchie...bet argo knows...

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birds are gone...dogs are gone...awl we got left are the gons...
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Last I saw him he was headed to O'Reilly auto parts.

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"I'm Not a Frenchie, I'm a Belgie"-- actor James Cocoa's reply to actor Peter Faulk's line 'up yours, Frenchie' in the great spoof movie Murder By Death-- David Niven, Maggie Smith, Peter Sellers and Truman Capote as host 'Lionel Train' what a play on words masterpiece movie.


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The logo looks to be "CI" with the "C" resembling a hunting horn transfixed by a gnarly mountainside tree and the "I" dotted by a flying duck. (It possibly could be "CF," "OI" or "OF.") It does not look French to me. Looks more Central European. Also, it's pretty sophisticated work and looks modern. There is writing below the symbol - can't make out the script. Might it be Cyrillic?

Hunting horns do appear on some French guns - here is the butt plate of my 1906 Gerest Berthon with a horn motif - but nothing as complex as that.

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Looks like stag horns transfixing the hunting horn.

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Little photo doctoring, looks like the end of the writing is Chasse...



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The Belg. engr should be able to"ID" that piece......looks Belg dt.

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Raimey, I think, is traveling in Europe. It does look like "Chasse." And I suspect it is Belgian.

And David, good to see you posting here. Gene Williams.


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Here you go: - Club Interchasse. It looks like a French hunting gear apparel company located in Meung sur Loire: Looks like it's a new company - facebook page created in Jan 2019.
https://www.facebook.com/clubinterchasse/



Nice Models:


Verney Carron double? Manufrance? No swamped rib - somehow doubt it's Saint Etienne. Looks to be side lock. Anybody?


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