.From youtube. Interesting, I think any of us could make this function again. KevinT,
Biggest hurdle is replacing the missing parts and locating the appropriate tripod, which is the Omnibus mount an finding strippers to feed it. Given the evident number of major missing parts, pistol grip for example, without knowing what is missing from the inside of the receiver makes it even more daunting. Not sure why Ian didn't just open up the side door and show the interior…….too bad. I've put quite a few rounds through the example that I own which is a 1912 dated Chatellerault, and it is always greatly amusing!
No doubt we'll see and ad eventually asking about where to find St Etienn parts…..
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