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Unread 08-14-2020, 05:56 PM   #21
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How did Parker do the ,410-bore barrels to fit the 28-gauge frame for the J. Cliff Green set?

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Good question, Dave. I assume the .410 breeches are a bit thick on a 00 frame. However, the way it should have been done is to put them both on the 000 frame. Parker made at least one or two 28s on 000 frames and they worked out just fine. One of our members was proud of his AAHE 28 on the 000 frame. We inspected both of his smallbores at the OGCA show when they hosted our organization. These guns were first outed at the Timonium Maryland Gun Show a while back.
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