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I have an old drilling that my Dad brought back from Germany after WWII
that I can't find any info on. On the rib on top of the barrels is AD. Schurk. Munc with two dots above the U.
It has SxS 16ga. with a rifled barrel under them, but I don't know what the caliber it is. The shotgun barrels have the nitro proof marks. It has other proof marks that are in good shape but I have not been able to find any like them in the gun books so far.
It has alot of engraving, double hammers, a slide on the wrist of the stock that pops up a rear sight, a cheek rest and on the comb of the stock a compartment with an engraved metal lid that holds 4 rifle rounds.

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Bluejacket,

If you could post pictures that would be great. There were many makers and many of them used similar if not identical actions.
It is always nice to see another drilling anyway.

Tom
 

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Ummm, this is a wild stab in the dark but apparently .22 Savage Hi Power was very popular in drillings.
It may be this if it's a small bore.
All those with far more knowledge feel free to no set me straight.
 
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