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So I’ve searched around the internet a little and pretty much little to no info about this A.Greener (Albert) gun. Seems that most are Belgian guns with that name but I’m not expert. Anyone have thoughts? I’m not bc seeing any other markings….

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So I’ve searched around the internet a little and pretty much little to no info about this A.Greener (Albert) gun. Seems that most are Belgian guns with that name but I’m not expert. Anyone have thoughts? I’m not bc seeing any other markings….

Thanks!

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Take the gun apart and look for proof marks and stampings on the barrel flats and water table of the receiver. You should be able determine date of manufacture, etc.
 
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