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Unread 05-03-2021, 06:13 PM   #1
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I recently joined the association, see new member postings, and was asking for help with the 20 ga. that I have with broken stock. With the help of fellow member William Giaconia I was able to find a good used stock and fore hand that came from another Parker 20 ga. I am still missing some safety parts, so I have been told, when the stock was broken. I am very new at all of this and don't even know what I am looking for. Serial # 220865, pictures are in my
new member posting, if anyone can help me identify these parts I would really appreciate it.
When I joined I was just looking for help with my Dad's old shotgun. In the short time that I have been a member I am now learning what the organization and the Parker history is all about. It is way more involved than I ever knew before. My learning process has just begun!

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Jeff, my suggestion would be to send the entire gun to Dave Fjeleene in Lincoln Ca to straighten it out.
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I I am still missing some safety parts, so I have been told, when the stock was broken. I am very new at all of this and don't even know what I am looking for. Serial # 220865, pictures are in my
new member posting, if anyone can help me identify these parts I would really appreciate it.

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Go to the homepage and then to the tree on the left where you will find a link to technical data. When you open that link you will be staring at a parts illustration that may help you somewhat. Good luck.

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Jim DiSpagno suggested the best option for you.
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It's spelled Fjelline.





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Thank you for your advice but I would like to try and fix it here. I will learn more about it that way.

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Thanks very much for the help. I took a quick look at that section and it might just be what I was looking for.

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You are looking for the safety jacket assembly. It fits tightly into the stock between the top and bottom tangs.
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Thank you very much for your help!

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More progress! With the help of another PGCA member, Ed Morgan, I now have a safety jacket assy. for the Parker 20 ga. A little cleaning of the mounting area in the stock and I hope to have it back together soon. Thanks again for the help.
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