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Help needed with identifying an old shotgun.<br>
Any help as to value or any other info would be appreciated.<br>
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I am looking for help in identification of the old Side by Side 12 Ga.
shown in pics below.<br>
I know it not to shoot it because of the Damascus Barrels.<br>
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The right side of the barrel is stamped "The Interchangeable" and the
left side is stamped "Graner". <br>
The rib across the top is stamped "Fine " and the side of the barrel is
stamped "Belgium".<br>
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I believe it is a Maynard GranerGun first patented in 1848. This was a rifle that had interchangeable shot gun barrels, thus 'The Interchangeable'. Good to see your sign-on Admiral, seems like it has been awhile.
 
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