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Unread 11-14-2018, 05:43 PM   #1
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May 24, 1913 Sporting Life
"...unexcelled in their power of holding together the shot charges under high velocity at extreme ranges."

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Next question: How do you get a picture of two ejected shells from a gun without ejectors. Well, it's a Parker.
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This lithograph (?) appeared in 1896



Looks to be the same, with the shells flying added in 1915



1909 different engraving, one piece extractor with flying shells; same as the first post from 1913



Hunter Arms flying shells 1893



Remington 1895



Ithaca 1897



Lefever 1898



Baker was late to the parade; 1905 "Baker Gun Quarterly" courtesy of Dave Noreen


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Unread 11-15-2018, 06:12 PM   #4
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i really like all of the old advertizing...thanks for showing.....charlie
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More shell flingin' for charlie

1902 Crescent (above) and Forehand



Stevens



Davenport



H&R



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Next question: How do you get a picture of two ejected shells from a gun without ejectors. Well, it's a Parker.
Is the intent to make you visualize the spent shells being ejected or could they be fresh shells being loaded ? Now there's something I will have to worry about for years. Thanks Bill
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My conclusion is that the invisible man is shooting that Parker....
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