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Unread 11-28-2019, 12:55 PM   #11
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Here's a DHE 28/.410 set. The .410 bbls. also have the Parker Gun Works proof stamp, the 28-ga. set has the customarily seen Parker Reproduction stampings. This gun is bone charcoal casecolored and is in a case with a non-original trade label. When was the last time you saw a 28-ga. Parker Repro w/28" bbls. factory choked IC/M?

https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/...ntoryid=445118
Someone got a deal on that one.
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Here's a DHE 28/.410 set. The .410 bbls. also have the Parker Gun Works proof stamp, the 28-ga. set has the customarily seen Parker Reproduction stampings. This gun is bone charcoal casecolored and is in a case with a non-original trade label. When was the last time you saw a 28-ga. Parker Repro w/28" bbls. factory choked IC/M?

https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/...ntoryid=445118
I just knew it was too good to be true . . . so I went back to the Morphy link and double-checked the length of the 28-ga. barrels. They are 26" long, not 28".
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Gentleman,
When I bought my Blaser F-3 Sporting Clays Shotgun from Chris at Clay Target Sports in Princeton , NJ last year, I had a long discussion with him regarding the Parker repros', because I was looking for some parts. He told me that his shop had made the barrels for the last runs of reproductions when production stopped in Japan.
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John— Chris never made any Parker repro barrels, but he did warranty work for the Skeuse’s, especially correcting doubling issues on the single trigger examples. I do recall him having a number of Krieghoff made 16 ga. Repro barrel sets. Prior to having his own shop, he was head gunsmith at Krieghoff International in Ottsville, Pa. Those barrels are long gone and he has no other Parker parts.
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