"Twist" refers to a method of barrel manufacture. Thin wires were twisted together then wrapped around a mandrel and hammer-welded. Although these were quite satisfactory in the days of black-powder shells, they are generally not safe with modern ammunition. HOWEVER, when machine manufacturing made fluid and cast steel barrels possible, not everyone trusted this new-fangled (and cheaper) technology, so some manufacturers "painted" them with a pattern imitating the older methods. The "Finish" may mean that these are really fluid steel barrels that have been "finished" to imitate the appearance of twist construction.
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I happen to be in the same predicament. Its a double barrell nickel plated 12 guage made by T.B. Janney with Twist Belgium on the barrell. Any info...? colby.carter@hotmail
A twist of fate is when something unexpected occurs.
You mean Oliver Twist. Charles Dickens created him.
the flag of belgium means independence
twist and turn
What do you mean with a 1905 Belgium ???
its the twist of fate he also uses the side effect as a finisher
From 'virar', to tack, twist, turn, it means 'I tack/twist/turn'
People born in Belgium are called Belgians
I think you mean, "Is Brussels the capital of Belgium?". Yes.
Country, you mean. Belgium IS a country. It's near France.
Part of Belgium is French-speaking, the other main part is Dutch-speaking. That does not mean that Belgium is part of France or Netherlands. Belgium is a separate, independent country. If you are born in Belgium there is a strong possibility that you are a Belgian. You could be born in Belgium, and be French, if your parents were French nationals living in Belgium at the time of your birth.
Belgium has 3 national languages: Dutch French German That's why Belgium is a trilingual country.
It means twist
Means to finish painting a drywall.
Belgium If you mean what country is between the Netherlands and France then the answer is Belgium.
To explain why your verb is what it is.