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Unread 03-09-2013, 03:34 PM   #11
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It's really too bad that the front trigger is bent back like that. That could really cost you a bunch to have it brought back to its correct conformation.
The right lock is broken and I figure the shooter just kept pulling and pulling and pulling ..... until they figured it out.
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George good luck with your C it's nothing most would attempt ---- you must love a challenge---keep us posted on your progress. Craig
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Default Grip Cap needed

God only knows what happened here. I cant think of any reason for this amputation.
Where can I find or buy a grip cap for this vintage gun?
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i bet some of the boys have one.i seen one on ebay a while back.. charlie
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There are grip caps out there but they are all different sizes. They were sanded to fit the stock. So you will need to add dims. I do have 1, let me know the size and I will see if it matches. Dave
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Thanks Dave
Chris Dawes has or will have the stock soon. I will find out.
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George, www.GunGrip.com has the caps.
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George, www.GunGrip.com has the caps.
Thanks but not that I can see on their site. I searched on Parker and all they show is marked caps- not plain like an 1880's vintage gun.
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George, I just looked too and on the top row far right they show part # GC502 Large Plain Parker Grip cap with checkering. Did you see this one?
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yes
If you search Parker, GC 502 does not show up. Weird.
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