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Unread 06-28-2019, 11:41 PM   #11
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I say, how about that case!! Really makes the gun look great!! Ok I agree the gun is spectacular, and I'd love to shoot it! Bruce that is one fine 16 ga. looks good in her new home though!
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Beautiful gun!
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Beautiful barrels on that Parker, Bruce! I hope you’re doing well?
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Fantastic!
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Small bore Bernard barreled Parkers make me think of that one CAH has with the ejector 26” 12 gauge with twin ivories. Now that’s a light little 12 and as I recall it’s on the 1-frame.





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I hope the OP will forgive me for sort of tagging on here. I’ve recently inherited a DH 16 on the O frame with Damascus barrels. The Research Committee has just sent me my letter
(Thanks very much). But I really don’t know much about Damascus patterns and would appreciate any help in identifying the barrel pattern. A much more “used” gun than the OP gun!!

https://flic.kr/p/2hFjsU2

The barrels:
https://flic.kr/p/2hqrkTi
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It is definitely four-iron crolle but I think we should let Dr. Drew identify the pattern.





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