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TITLE GAME KEEPER'S ALARM GUN
DESCRIPTION Game keeper's alarm guns are quiet a rarity. They were spiked into the ground in an upright position and a trip wire taken from then across a footpath or bridleway. If the trip wire was triggered the drop weight fired a blank cartridge. This example is of interest because it is marked in the following manner. A crown, with the initials BP below it. A diamond around the number 12, below which is a small c. A pair of crossed swords with the letters S and B and the number 2. The word BLANK.
DATE Early 20th century
PRICE £285-
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STOCK NO. 16140
DIMENSIONS
cm
  length 87
inches
  length 34
 
 
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