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Unread 01-13-2021, 01:57 PM   #1
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Question Unidentified Parker single barrel muzzle loader

I have recently came into possession of an old Parker single barrel muzzle loader. It's not too ornate for a Parker, but in fairly good condition. It has a wedding band on the barrel and is partially octagonal. Is there anyone who might help me identify and date this weapon?
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Unread 01-13-2021, 03:56 PM   #2
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It would have no association to Parker Bros of Meriden, CT.
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I don't think that answered his question.....
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Mr. Page, can you post a few pictures of your “Parker”?
Only then can we help identify it.

I wonder if it could be a Parker’s Snow 1861 musket.





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Parker Snow Musket?
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I wonder if the OP is THE Jimmy Page, lead guitarist for Led Zeppelin?
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I wonder if the OP is THE Jimmy Page, lead guitarist for Led Zeppelin?
I more wonder if any information/photos will be added to seal the deal on this thread...
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I more wonder how the PGCA gets new members.
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