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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)

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