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Unread 06-16-2021, 03:08 PM   #10
todd allen
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Originally Posted by Brian Dudley View Post
Doing that kind of work to any 12g Parker below a C or B grade does not many any sense from a financial standpoint. Unless you do not care, and by all means. Do it. It isnt always about money.
I agree with Brian. I've done a lot worse things with money.
My friend, Chuck, (who Brian just finished some work for on a Repro) custom stocked a VH 12 ga. some years back, with some of the finest wood I have ever seen.
Wood on this level would be well over 2 grand these days, for a gun that's probably worth about $1,500.00
The hunting he has done with this gun just might have justified some of the cost, including his first triple on wild chukar.
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