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Unread 09-03-2019, 03:39 PM   #1
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I recently bid on and won an “unknown gun stock”on ebay that I recognized from the photos to be from a parker B grade. I dont know what gauge or frame size. The serial number is 95640 can any one tell me from that.

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Not in the book. Looks like a letter is not available either.
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Iguess you'll know better what the measurements/frame size are when you get it.





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Yes. I guess it doesn't matter too much since I don't have a B grade to attach it to but it seems in fairly good condition and for 30 bucks i figured what the heck
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Yes. I guess it doesn't matter too much since I don't have a B grade to attach it to but it seems in fairly good condition and for 30 bucks i figured what the heck
Did it come with the gold grip cap insert and the skeleton butt plate?





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I wish it did. Looks like it had a recoil pad that is now gone and the grip cap is also gone. It would have really been a deal if the butt plate and grip cap were still there
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I think it's page 527 in The Parker Story to see a chart of frame dimensions. If it is a certain size and condition, you could make a buck on it. Can we see the original ad or pictures? I need a #3 frame B grade stock and would pay a good price for one.
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Bill knows that he meant to type “The Parker Story”...
Parker Pages only goes up to 48 pages per issue.
You can also find the same chart of frame dimensions re: frame sizes in the front of the “Serialization Book.”





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Bill I will post pics and take measurements when it arrives. I was thinking I might trade it I have been looking for an english style 2 frame for a D I need to renew my membership
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