First off, let me apologize in advance for lack of pics (I'm currently working in Columbia SC and will be in Macon GA for the next few months on a project), but I've got an old firearm I was trying to get information on.
Years back, while working in Suriname my father took a shine to one of the local engineer's rifles he had in his collection. He wound up trading the gun for an Eagle Lake goose hunt and the rifle was, well, creatively liberated to the States over the next few months.Here's the deal, it's a .22 single shot, but the kicker is it's a "combination/drilling" gun of sorts. Where the conventional combination has two to four individual barrels firing different combinations of calibers (Shotgun/centerfire rifle), this one has three barrels drilled in one barrel blank. Story was during colonial times it was used to hunt monkeys in trees.Anyone what a variation of this would be called so I can do some research into it?
If it helps, the gun is of French manufacture, although I cannot recall the name.