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Unread 11-08-2009, 09:14 PM   #1
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Hello folks,
I just aquired my first Parker, a Trojan 12 ga. I am a total rookie when it comes to SxS guns. It appears to be in very good condition, however, I have now idea how to remove the forend. I see that most parkers have a lever, but this doesn't. Can anyone help me out?
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Unread 11-08-2009, 09:22 PM   #2
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David,While holding the barrels firmly wiggle your finger under the tip of the forend and apply firm pressure away from the barrels and the forend will pop off. A word of caution here...jerking the forend wood forcefully could damage or crack it. Firm pressure slow and steady...
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Dave, now is the perfect time to post a picture of the New Trojan Forend Removal Tool available at your local Volvo dealer.
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Thanks Dave, that did it Seemed too easy. Now to get her cleaned.
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Dean,Shhh...I told ya ya gotta market that tool it's fantastic! Oh by the way nice Avatar...about time....
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Dave, you ought to use some sunblock when you're outside on these bright sunny days . . .

Oh, no wait - I know why you're so burned looking. . . you've been basking (a little too close) in the glory of those Damned Yankees
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"Burned out" is more like it..
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