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16 gauge Acier Cockerill double barrel shotgun?

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2010-03-19 19:03:29
2010-03-19 19:03:29

THis is not the name of the shotgun, but kind of barrel, made in Belgium.

Acier means Steel, and Cockerill stands for "Cockerill-Sambre" the name of the steel maker.

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Alot probs. depends on how gd the condition is. x


Unfortunately, no- other than an educated guess that you may have a Belgian shotgun. Acier is not a brand- it means steel. Many are marked Acier Cockerill- which is the company that made the steel.


The price for this gun 165000 euros if it has 1900 carving on it and in gold.That is the lowest price!


Acier Cockerill is not the gun manufacturer, but the maker of the steel in the barrels. It means the gun has fluid steel barrels and not damascus steel. It probably dates from no earlier than late 1890's through 1940. Cockerill Sambre is the major Belgian steel maker (equivalent to Krupp or Vickers)


Acier Cockerill is not the gun manufacturer, but the maker of the steel in the barrels. It means the gun has fluid steel barrels and not damascus steel. It probably dates from no earlier than late 1890's through 1940


This goes back to the beginning of the auto 5 production in 1903. John Cockerill was a British Industrialist whose company supplied high quality steel to Fabrique Nationale (FN) which was the maker of the A-5. The Cockerill name was first used on Browning barrels stamped "cockerill steel". The steel was a very strong quality that met the proofing requirements of guns that were shooting smokeless powder. Eventually the Cockerill name was dropped from the barrels and "special steel" was used instead. The FN guns that were not sold to Browning in the US, uses the barrel stamp of "acier special" which means special steel in the French language.


This goes back to the beginning of the auto 5 production in 1903. John Cockerill was a British Industrialist whose company supplied high quality steel to Fabrique Nationale (FN) which was the maker of the A-5. The Cockerill name was first used on Browning barrels stamped "cockerill steel". The steel was a very strong quality that met the proofing requirements of guns that were shooting smokeless powder. Eventually the Cockerill name was dropped from the barrels and "special steel" was used instead. The FN guns that were not sold to Browning in the US, uses the barrel stamp of "acier special" which means special steel in the French language.


Basically impossible to value with no other information.


It was made in 1919. It should say "acier special" on the barrel. If not, then please describe the barrel address.




You need to give more information. I assume it is a shotgun, but "Acier Special" just means it was made with "special steel" and we would need at least a model number to start looking for the manufacture date.


I am trying to find out the value of my Browning Acier Special C 12 guage Shotgun KG 8663 Serial number 307368



Fond acier indoxyable is French for substantive stainless steel.


Haven't seen that marking. Choke markings on Browning shotguns are coded by a series of asterisks and dashes. They also had a marking called 'ACIER SPECIAL' which simply means special steel, indicating the gun was suitable for smokeless powder.


With the serial number that you provided,your Browning 16 gauge shotgun was produced in the year 1949,by FN of Belguim for Browning.


A fond acier is a vintage watch that has a stainless steel back. The price of a fond acier watch varies by condition and values range from $100.00 - $1100.00.


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That marking just means "Special Steel". You need to find a model name or number to determine what it might be worth.


substantive stainless steel


You read most of the information available right there on the gun. "Acier" just means "Steel" in French. Bayard, the mounted knight, and Demi Bloc are trademarks of the manufacturer, Anciens Etablissments Pieper (1905-1957) in Herstal, Belgium. The 32 gauge shell had a diameter of .501 and length of 2.5 inches. 3 inch shells were also available but few guns were chambered for this length and no 32 gauge shells are available in the US. They may still be found in Europe, but will probably be called 14 MM instead of 32 gauge.


The words fond acier inoxydable are French for stainless steel back. You can't tell the manufacturer from that but you may have the name on the movement.


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