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Someone give him pfrommers number and email, he was very knowledgeable about German guns I once spoke to him and sent pics over a lindner. I believe Raimey recommended him to me. He will know after watching that video( nice job)
I believe I saw this drilling at Cabelas at one time. Beautiful gun, I have a Roux type drilling but no switch like that one.

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Ah I found it courtesy of the great guys here that gave to me.
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Thanks for the info, I did pick it up at Cabelas. I low balled them and they took it! it does have a few problems and was overpriced.

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When it’s repaired and you have the dies and brass that asking price will be a steal. Nice job! I think it is a treasure.
Share some pics of the entire gun together, it’s a real looker for sure.
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There has to be a German gun specialist near you, if you are in St. Louis. Buck is a Lefever guru and Art is the Belgium gun guy they are both down the street from you. I have heard good things about Mid West gun works but have never used them.
Any body have a ferlach trained guy near St Louis?
Art has restored German box locks for me but that transmission will tick him off.
You may call Buck Hamlin and ask what he thinks or who.

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Go back to the comments by Kuduae. I believe he mentioned some automatic function, involving the set trigger. The threaded hole is likely for the set trigger adjustment screw. This might be the source of your problem.
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Originally Posted by Der Ami
Go back to the comments by Kuduae. I believe he mentioned some automatic function, involving the set trigger. The threaded hole is likely for the set trigger adjustment screw. This might be the source of your problem.
Mike


I see what you mean, I don't exactly agree with his interpretation of the patent because the selector lever is clearly there on the tang in the drawing. Part of my problem is not even knowing if I have a problem! lol

The action functions, if you select the rifle barrel on the tang, it fires the rifle and the tang selector resets. But in order to fire the right shotgun barrel again, you have to press the button in the trigger guard. You could keep setting and firing the rifle barrel forever, but until you press that button, you can't fire the right shot barrel.

It just seems to be an odd little routine that I can't figure the reason for. It seems like an auto reset to the shot barrel makes more sense, but then that would negate the need for the button?

I need to talk to someone who has the button in the trigger guard and ask how theirs works. Thanks for the input Der ami.

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fm2545,
Even if that is not the problem, the empty threaded hole is likely for the set trigger adjustment screw. I believe most of these screws have the same thread, you should be able to buy another.
Mike

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