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Daryl, I really like that Wesson! Unique. And that Pauly is most interesting.


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Originally Posted by Daryl Hallquist
Not hammers, but the gun that probably started it all. Pauly

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Ah, the very beginning! Superb!

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Don't know if anyone has tried to just checker a hammer spur, particularly one with a border all the way around.
Try it and you will appreciate the craftmanship even more.
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Originally Posted by Chuckster
Don't know if anyone has tried to just checker a hammer spur, particularly one with a border all the way around.
Try it and you will appreciate the craftmanship even more.
Chuck

Chuckster, one of the quickest ways I have found to judge the intrinsic quality of a hammer gun is to glance at the quality of the hammer spur checkering. If it’s coarsely done or irregular then there’s no need to look further. The gun’s internal quality will also be lacking.


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Here's the photo....excellent.
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Just ran across these hammers from a Griffiths & Worsley of Manchester from the 1870’s. Great story about it in the current DGJ. I think they are very attractive and graceful, even with the stubby nose.

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Originally Posted by Steve Nash
This is a repeat from the pinfire game gun thread (have a look, if you haven't seen it), but it is a good look at a bevy of hammers from the late 1850s to the late 1860s... Remarkable what can be done with metal files and talent.

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1. Barnett
2. Birkett & Allan
3. The Breech Loading Armoury Company (Limited)
4. John Blanch
5. John Blissett
6. Boss & Co.
7. Joseph Braddell & Son
8. Dougall
9. Cogswell & Harrison
10. James Bott
11. James Erskine
12. Boss & Co.
13. Benjamin Woodward & Sons
14. Masu Brothers
15. Henry Adkin
16. John Blissett
17. George Fuller
18. Frederick Gates
19. W. W. Greener
20. Hambling
21. Harris Holland
22. Harris Holland
23. John William Hunt
24. Jeffrey
25. Joseph Lang
26. Masu Brothers
27. William Moore
28. Charles Frederick Niebour
29. Parker, Field & Sons
30. Edward Paton
31. William Powell
32. Fedele Primavesi
33. Schofield, Goodman & Sons
34. W & C Scott & Son
35. Hugh Snowie
36. Thomas Julian Watkins
37. Robert Watmough
38. Philip Webley & Son
39. Westley Richards
40. Westley Richards
41. James Woodward
42. Unknown
43. Unknown
44. Unknown
45. Châlet, Père et Fils
46. Jean-Baptiste Rongé et Fils
47. August Gottlieb Schüler, Maximilien Nicolas Colleye action
48. Boss & Co.

Is my imagination running wild or does anyone else see all the fish, birds, and snakes, and other (??) animals in this beautiful and fascinating array of hammers??


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I do, indeed. But, cannot figure out what is being depicted in this one ............ 46. Jean-Baptiste Rongé et Fils.

Some imaginary creature with lots of dental?

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My Husqvarna 36 back action jones underlever has nicely engraved hammers and locks. I recently had the barrels re-browned, and I'm re-working the wood now.

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Keeping the hammer thread alive with this George Daw. (thanks also for the insights provided in the recent thread: improving gun photography.)

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