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Unread 06-10-2015, 05:54 PM   #111
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From what I hear, my name was draw not once, but two times on Saturday afternoon for the gun giveaway. And I wasnt there of course!!! Good thing it wasnt an RBL again. Or I would be very disappointed. I guess it was just a Nitro Special or something. But hey, a free gun is a free gun.
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Unread 06-11-2015, 10:07 AM   #112
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Brian, it was a drawing for door prizes, not specifically for the gun. The 12g was on the table for a while.
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A few pictures from the weekend in PA.... not all gun related.

Apparently there was a big street rod meet in PA over the weekend but this is the only one we saw on the road. Massachusetts Turnpike, almost home when we passed it. Looks like a '34 but I didn't get a good look at the blown engine to know what it is.

Shea and Grace got along famously... couldn't get enough of each other.

Anybody know who belongs to this Parker?




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I do - lets see if the owner can identify his own gun.
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Unread 06-12-2015, 09:24 PM   #115
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I'm pretty sure that's mine.
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I'm pretty sure that's mine.
If it was up to me it wouldn't be yours. But alas it is. A beautiful late Remington 12 gauge straight grip VHE. 32 inch?
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With a checkered butt no less.
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She's very special to me. She was my first Parker, bought in 1971 for $600, and cased in a beautiful Red Head LOM. I knew nothing about Parkers at the time but only that I wanted one. It's been all downhill since then.
It was followed up 6 months later with a straight grip 20 VHE, one of the "transition" guns, which I traded a Belgian Browning made for the European market. That Browning set me back $400. Saw the for sale add in the grocery store. My, my how times have changed.
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Daryl
You have great taste in guns.
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That means a lot coming from you George.
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