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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I have a 20ga sxs. On left barrel is F. PEDRETTI GARDONE VT.
On the right barrel is RICHLAND ARMS CO BLISSFIELD MICM MODEL 230. Can anyone give information on this gun.

Discussion Starter · #2 ·
I am learning alot by reading other listings. I took the barrels off and found the following marks:

1. Star with crossed rifles under it.
2. Star with PSF under it.
3. Star with FINITO or NITO under it.
5. Some type of bird that I can not make out.

Same markings on the Barrel with the exception of the following:

1. KG1070, 15 9, 15 9 or 15 8 (looks over stamped) an X7.

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It appears to be one of the, many, guns made by small private makers in Brescia, Italy. Its only proofed for non-magnum loads. The 15.9 is the barells diameter and 15.8 is the choke.

The x7 is possibly the date, though you need to check again since there should be a letter and not a number where the 7 is.

Its value will depend on age, quality of finish and engraving, and overall condition.

Is there a fusil special under the bird?

RICHLAND ARMS is the importer.

Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Thanks dks,

The finish is great but someone broke the stock (English Style) before I bought it and glued it back together. The engraving is very nice and it shoots great. I am not sure what you mean by a fusil special. I will have to check the rest tonight since I am at work.
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