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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Got a friend here at work that was wanting to find some info on this gun (any websites?).
He use to have one, but it got stolen awhile back.

Not even sure if that's the name of the gun. He says that was what was on it.

Thanks in advance.
 
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20 gauge magnum.

s/s barrels.

After looking around on here.... I think that the "IG" in "LIG" stands for the manufacturer Gregorio Zabala. (note sure)

Is the "L" in "LIG" for the year or model? (maybe Lamber?)

And, I've come up with that it was made in Eibar, Spain.

(any websites with this gun would be appreciated)
 
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The letters LIG mean La Industrial Guipuzcoana, and was a company founded in Eibar Spain some years ago by a group of small gunsmithers to face the industrial crisis,That´s all I can tell you. Hope it´s useful.
 
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Just bought an L.I.G. Elgoibar 10 gauge double. It's solid, and a pleasure to shoot even with Federal 3 1/2" slugs. I had the barrels cut to 24", as it will be used as a defensive double in grizzly country. Would love to find out where I can contact the company.
 
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Anonymous said:
Just bought an L.I.G. Elgoibar 10 gauge double. It's solid, and a pleasure to shoot even with Federal 3 1/2" slugs. I had the barrels cut to 24", as it will be used as a defensive double in grizzly country. Would love to find out where I can contact the company.
To the person who recently bought the Elgoibar 10 gauge, please e-mail me at; [email protected] Thanks.
 
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