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Unread 01-31-2021, 05:41 PM   #1
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I would appreciate help identifying my Parker. I established it is 19 0 9, From the serial number which is 151674. I will attach pictures on the barrel unclear on frame size weight model. Thank anyone for their help.
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Can you tell us where those numbers came from. We are here to help.
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They are from the barrel in the stock.
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No one can help you until you upload pictures or give more details but pictures help most.
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Sorry, I thought I had already done this.
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Belgium????
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Replacement barrels made and proofed in Belgium.





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Replacement barrels made and proofed in Belgium.





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Which I would assume why there is no frame/size marked.....
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So, it looks like you have a grade 2 or GH Parker. It has replacemrnt barrels, apparently from Belgium. Perhaps something happened to the original barrels. Pictures of the whole gun, stock, fore arm, etc will help us piece together this puzzle. How are the bores in those barrels.
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