I have a vintage double barrel that I have a few questions about. It has an "E" in a diamond stamp on side of breech ... Reheating and folding the forged strip and reforging can produce some very interesting patterns in the finished product.What I (think) know so far is: - proof house was Liège (ELG stamp) - was made in Belgium - 12 gauge, 70mm (2 3/4" shell) chamber - says "goverment tested for smokeless powder" on top of barrels - nitro proof barrels Questions that I have: 1. Damascus barrels were made by wrapping strips of steel around a mandrel, again heating to a white or "welding" heat and forging the strips together to form a solid tube.Some of the most frequent questions we get are about computer or Internet speed.Seems lots of folks don't care much for waiting, and waiting - and waiting some more - for the video to load, the movie to download or the upload to send. Even now, sometimes the Internet can seem horribly slow.It weighs about 5,000 pounds, which is equivalent to a pickup truck.
So it must be Damascus but did Damascus make solid steel barrels because that appears to be what I have?
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