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Ok, thank you!


28 ga, hammerguns and all shotguns and rifles made by hands.
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Here's an Ferlach proofed sxs with a square concealed cross bolt. Sorry for the poor pictures.

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Thanks!

Beautiful shotgun! I like a lot german guns and have a Bernhard Merkel Suhl, but the cross bolt is not concealed.

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There’s a pin in this knife bolster too and it doesn’t have engraving to help hide it. I know it’s there because 1) I watched Tony put it together and 2) the blade opens and closes.

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Italian gun, featuring a hidden bolt. It was advertised as having that feature. No screw to retain it, not visible from outside the gun.

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The actual catalog parts list from the gun does not show a cover for the hidden fastener being available for sale, much less actually being there. They do list the cover for the hinge pin, 35 cents got you a new one if the need arose.

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I’ve looked with a 10X loupe, can’t see anything that demonstrates there is a hole in the left side to put the pin in.



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Thanks for the info and the pictures, Ted!

Is the first time I read Richland trademark, despite in some webs tell that the company imported a variety of Spanish-made shotguns.

Engraving fence is similar to my shotgun.

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Pirandelli and Gasperini was the builder, Richland imported the guns to the US. The Spanish guns that I have handled by the same importer are very poorly made, the Italian versions, more expensive in all cases, per the catalog, are decent guns, both the SXS and O/U versions.

I’m not saying there isn’t a cap on the left side, but, looking at the catalog, and studying the gun, I can’t find it if it is there. The lack of a screw from the front seems to throw cold water on the notion it is there, as well.

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How would you get it in there if there is no hole?

Interference fit, tapered plug, polished off.

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The light at the end of the tunnel.


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The cross bolt doesn't have to be very long and there could be a milled slot in the frame to slide it in and the top lever would hold it .its magic or aliens that's my guess

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