The M30 Luftwaffe Drilling was a superb, commercial-grade
longarm possessed of two upper 12-ga. shotgun barrels and a lower barrel
chambered for the long, tapered 9.3x74 mm R sporting cartridge.
The M30 broke like a top-lever shotgun and employed a
Greener-style crossbolt. It had two triggers. To fire the rifle barrel,
one pushed forward on a tang-mounted selector switch. This automatically
raised a 100-meter rear sight notch. The forward single-set trigger fired
the rifle barrel and the rear trigger the left shotgun barrel, which was
intended primarily for Brenneke slugs. By returning the selector to its
rearward position, the right shotgun barrel could then be discharged with
the front trigger. A safety switch was mounted on the left side of the
stock behind the receiver .
A rare example not often encountered in the UK, like most of these rifles it has had the the external Nazi marks removed, but all hidden markings are still intact as is the Luftwaffe inpsectors stamps.
A nice example for the WW2 German Collector