BAYARD/ PIPER IS AN OLD Belgium GUN MAKER, IF ITS A 12 GAUGE BORE ITS A SHOTGUN AND WORTH ABOUT $150
To find out the worth research Henri Peeper shotguns Liege Belgium his factory was on Bayard st. He made and sold shotguns under many names Bayard being one of them
Never heard of a 12 gauge rifle.
Made in South America.
You cant. Its a very old Belgium made S/S.... nobody carries pre-made replacement stocks. You will need to have one custom made.
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.
It's the model code for a 12 gauge Magnum.
The Jana 10 Gauge Shotgun was manufactured in Belgium. It was imported into the United States by Jana International Company Importers of Sporting Arms. They are located in Denver, Colorado.
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