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Unread 03-15-2019, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Parker 216945 10 ga PHE Ejectors

According to my Research Letter, this firearm is supposed to be equipped with ejectors. It appears to me, that 90% of the ejector parts in the foreend iron are missing. The gun functions as it has only extractors. Can anyone shed any light on this and/or tell me someone or some place that can fix or repair the issue? I'm pretty new to Parker shotguns and was just beginning to get a feel for how to properly restore the wood finish when I discovered this issue.
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You might post some pictures so we can better diagnose the issue. Sounds like a pretty desirable gun, despite the issues
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Send it to Del Grego in Illion, NY





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Del Grego says "It would probably be cost prohibitive, since the last one he did in the 1980's was over $3000. Thanks, anyway! Vance
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Just to fit the missing guts and time them??????


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Perhaps Lawrence didn't want the project.
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I think you may be correct. He suggested I try to find a splinter foreend for parts.
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I agree with Allen. Not sure who else is good with ejectors
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If I could find something to use for parts, or the parts themselves, I know of a couple of competent people I would trust to do the job. It shouldn't be too hard to switch the fore arm iron parts out and adjust the timing as necessary, assuming nothing else pops up. However, maybe I'm being a little too naive.
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However, maybe I'm being a little too naive.

I think so Vance.

Ejector installations and adjustments on a Parker shouldn't be left to someone inexperienced with them.





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