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    Info request on Belgian small frame .22 rf martini

    The barrel marking, hunters horn in a circle, must be a makers marking but I don't recognize it. Belgian proofed barrel and no other markings. Does anyone recognize it?

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    Tilting block. Doesn't look like the 'normal' Martini.

    Nice rifle. The heavy barrel says target shooting, the tiny sights don't. What about a range report?

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    It would be better if you could post the photos with the barrel markings the right way up. The letters INSIDE the posthorn circle would be a good clue, if I could read them! My computer doesn't work upside down, and I am unable to stand on my head.

    It's a superior kind of Belgian garden plinker. If you have any idea of the sheer number of small manufacturers in Belgiumicon in the 19th. C you will understand why the letters in the posthorn are important to reduce the number of possibilities. At the moment, I can only see N?
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    OK, got it!

    The letters inside the circle are NF = Neumann Fréres, Liège, 1860-1962.

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