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fine indian work

Postby indian » Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:15 pm

i had been to the toronto sportsmen show yesterday and found a store selling imitations of old ML guns(but functioning).they were selling for $700 and many people were interested.to my surprise,i was told that they were indian made and imitations of brown bess.the guns were very beautiful but i couldnt see makers name as it was between barrel and stock.does anybody know about an indian firm making fine ML guns??

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Postby mundaire » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:09 am

There are some makers in Rajasthan involved in this sort of thing (manufacture of replicas/ muzzle loaders) - I believe based in Jodhpur & Udaipur...

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Re: fine indian work

Postby art_collector » Sat Mar 15, 2008 9:08 am

In Delhi a few Gun Dealers do export replicas to the US & Canada.

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Re: fine indian work

Postby indian » Sat Mar 15, 2008 10:45 am

im sad i couldnt buy one of those guns :cry: an elderley gentleman was buying one and he said that it was exclusively for hunting pheasants :)

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Re: fine indian work

Postby Gunwhistle » Mon May 08, 2017 2:31 am

Apologies, but I found this via a search. Can anyone tell me more about these manufacturers?

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Re: fine indian work

Postby art_collector » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:09 pm

Check with Delhi Gun House, Kashmere Gate, Delhi ...they export these replicas to quite a few cos in US and Canada

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Re: fine indian work

Postby Shivaji.Dasgupta » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:48 am

Indian, in Rajasthan
Rajasthan Armory
Udaipur Gun Works are the few who make replica ML.
In India these are Considered as Replica Guns and they are not intended to fire a live charge Mostly for a display purpose.
For a Functional ML Gun we still need a AL in India.
Most of the Stores in Udaipur, jodhpur and Adjoining MP areas are having stocks of ML guns as they are still very popular among Farmer Community.

Bhati And Company
Gun Shop
MG Hospital Rd
0291 262 0815

Anil Bakhtani Arms Company
12th Pal Road
094605 50016

S. Insaf Ali & Sons
0291 254 7471

Parmanand Rijhumal Banduk Vyapari
Jawahar Khana Rd
0291 262 8724

The Jodhpur Armori
Paota Road
094144 76567


Vishal Arms
16, Pratap Nagar Main Road
098290 41516

Mistry Nasir Muhammed & Sons
2, Pannadhay Marg
098280 43302

Natainal Arms Shop
25, Pannadhay Marg
094142 63104

Apart from them few more shops I have seen in Rajsamand, Pratapgarh etc areas of Rajasthan who advertised that they have ML Guns ( टोपीदार बंदूक).


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Re: fine indian work

Postby xl_target » Thu Aug 03, 2017 8:09 pm

From what I have heard, these are sold as non-firing replicas in India.
After being imported, they are made ready to fire by the importers.

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