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Combination guns

Combination weapon means a firearm with at least two barrels designed to be supported against the shoulder, the overall length of which is at least 840 millimetres and the length of the barrel of which is at least 400 millimetres and which is chambered for a centre-fire or rim-fire cartridge and for a shotgun cartridge. (Finnish Firearms Act 1/1998).

Cape guns

The Cape guns section presents mainly, during 1945-2019 designed and manufactured Cape guns. Gape gun had one shotgun barrel and one rifle barrel.


The drilling section presents mainly, during 1930-2019 designed and manufactured drilling. Drilling had three barrels, usually two shotgun barrels and one rifle barrel.

Double Rifles

The Double Rifle section presents, during 1930-2019 designed and manufactured guns. Those guns had two rifle barrels..

★ December 12, 2015 (✪ February 28, 2019)

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