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Old 31st October 2011, 08:40 PM   #1
rickystl
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Default Gun Lock for I.D.

Hello all. Well, here goes with another lock. Can anyone identify this as a European lock? Lockplate is 6 3/16" long X 1 3/16" wide. Unfortunatly, there are no marks of any kind on the lock. The really unusual thing is the bridle - only - is made of brass. The rest of the internal parts are iron. The brass bridle has the same amount of wear and patina as the rest of the lock. Three of us are speculating back and fourth on this lock. One of the most unusual I've seen. Any speculation appreciated. Thanks, Rick.
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