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Unread 12-01-2018, 03:22 AM   #11
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Good luck topping this one. Beautiful gun.
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Thats an absolutly beautiful gun. Congratulations. As for Dean, I'll bet that boy has off brand guns other than his Fox. I don't believe he is a purist. But it dosen't really matter. He is a great guy who does a lot for all of us with his work on Parker Pages. I can forgive his discretions.

Actually, regarding shotguns, the Fox and a Stevens 20 ga. Pump (knockoff of a 37) that I bought when I was a junior in high school, are the only non-Parkers that I own. I had a Ruger Red Label 20 that I sold in order to buy my first Parker.





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Unread 12-01-2018, 09:10 AM   #13
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Great wood and case colors. That's pretty close to what the gun looked like new. Notice the absence of straw and splotchy colors, usually a dead give away that a gun has been recase colored. Congratulations Craig!
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I noticed it and that is a hell of a first 20 bore. That is one great gun. Just out of curiosity, what loads were you using Craig? How is the gun bored?
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You're stepping out onto a slippery slope, Craig. One begets another, and on it goes.
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Actually, regarding shotguns, the Fox and a Stevens 20 ga. Pump (knockoff of a 37) that I bought when I was a junior in high school, are the only non-Parkers that I own. I had a Ruger Red Label 20 that I sold in order to buy my first Parker.





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I'm glad to hear that Dean.
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Unread 12-01-2018, 03:52 PM   #17
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Daryl your the sage of double guns, a wise man and a great friend. Thanks for all you advise and counsel I'm learning
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