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Unread 07-14-2021, 06:14 AM   #11
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I just had a broken right ejector repaired by DelGrego.
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On a Parker Reproduction?





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Yes, it was my SSS.
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Interesting…

When I contacted Lawrence years ago to buy a right ejector hammer he refused selling it to me saying “how would it look if I sold one to you for a Reproduction and that laft me short for my original Parker customers?”
I asked him if he worked on Repros and he replied in the negative.





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The 28 gauge repros with M & F chokes are normally so tight they are useless for normal upland hunting in my opinion. I'd definitely have them opened. I had a 28 with Briley thin walls and really liked it. I'm not a fan of tight chokes with todays shells.
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Chris I would definitely shoot some pattern paper first because "Ya never know", paper doesn't lie. Then if you want choke done check with Briley's. I have had them open a couple, one a VH 20. They will measure your actual bore then help you pick a diameter appropriate to the choke effect you want. They are spot on on their machining. I've used them for a number of services for years and always walked out happy.
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Buy from Joe with confidence. One of his replacement ejector hammers installed last week. Fit and operation was perfect.
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