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Acciaio info?

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Right sorted some pics of the gun I've been gifted, as anyone come across this make no Info on the Web, only details I've got it's italian made in 1967👍sorry can't upload more I'll try later

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Bad news....acciaio just means steel. Sorry! The fluted top barrel looks Fias like, what else does it say on the barrels?

Edited by kennett

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1 hour ago, kennett said:

Bad news....acciaio just means steel. Sorry! The fluted top barrel looks Fias like, what else does it say on the barrels?

Ye boehler blitz on one barrel and mod.sanremo 12 the other, thanks

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I think it could be a "Contento" (from the name of the italian gunmaker) model Sanremo. Boheler should be the steel (good one) used for the barrel.

Hope it helps.

Cheers

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Thanks both it does look very similar to a fias but the logo on the but plate isn't fias, can't download a pic to many GB! 

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10 minutes ago, daisyrob1 said:

Thanks both it does look very similar to a fias but the logo on the but plate isn't fias, can't download a pic to many GB! 

imgbb is handy here.

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Ok so "Bohler Blitz" is a maker, and model of steel. Apparently extra light and strong. The only San remo I could find is a Kreighoff, but it isn't one of those.

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18 hours ago, daisyrob1 said:

👍This is the logo

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That's Diana, Roman goddesss of the hunt. I had an old single barrel 20b when I was a kid with the same plate. 

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This but plate style is very common on continental guns . .I would look for ant makers marks , initials or other logos on the barrel lumps that may be confused with proof marks . 

Many guns were imported form Italy in the late 60's and through the 70's bearing no makers name but were marketed under a variety of names by a large number of people .

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