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Unread 06-21-2019, 01:06 AM   #1
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Default Shooting Parkers in Florida

I'm going to be near Panama City Beach next week and am going to Bay County Gun Range to shoot a round or two of sporting clays and 5 stand with a new to me Parker. Anyone in that area who would like to go let me know. you can reach me on my phone at 513-293-6170 or send me a PM.
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Unread 06-21-2019, 01:00 PM   #2
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I shot that course about a month ago. Nice place and friendly folks. Watch the rabbits - I never could maintain enough lead to break them all.
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Let us know if you run into the fella on the right Mike

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I think that's George Purtil on the left. I would like to have a set of hunting duds like the fella on the right. im looking forward to shooting a new venue.
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Maybe it is just the angle of the picture, but the gun the fella on the left has looks to have some extraordinary stock dimensions. Looks like the action is open the DAH is so great.
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Right, but the length of his neck dictates that kind of drop.





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