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Unread 06-06-2018, 09:12 AM   #1
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The following was scanned from The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly Part V: Shotgun Revised Edition By J.B. Wood:
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On most Parkers I have to remove the sears in order to remove the stock.

This illustrates a top lever plunger. Earlier Parkers have a top lever spring that can be removed with a pair of small needle nosed vice grips. If that spring is broken save it and rework one from Dixie Gunworks to match thickness and length.
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ALL hammerless parkers need the sears removed before the stock can be removed. Unless the stock is damaged and the bridge is missing.
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I found Brian's tutorial, which is what I need for my friend. Thanks, Brian. However, is there some trick or danger in prying the sear springs loose and replacing them? I didn't see any mention of "sear springs" in the Gun Digest or Brian Dudley's tutorials. Thanks again, Brian.
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I have found two types of sear springs. As I remember the earlier style is a single spring for each sear and the later spring was comprised of two springs connected by a bar. Again as I recall the earlier spring needed to be compressed to be removed and the latter could be pulled out.
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