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Unread 09-27-2019, 11:01 AM   #11
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I have two printed on heavy card stock, the one mentioned above and one that was sent with Volume 1 when they were mailed to subscribers. Also two thinner sheets dated 9/27/01 which are folded as if they were mailed in a No. 10 envelope. Three sides are headed The Parker Story - Errata, 1 of 3, 2 of 3 and 3 of 3; while the fourth side is headed The Parker Story - New Stuff, 1 of 1.
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Dave - this gets fascinatinger and fascinatinger.....

Not only do I have the Errata (pgs. 1043 & 1044) of Vol. II of TPS which are bound in as part of the book, I also have the two heavy card stock sheets you mention above but I also have two thin copy sheets of Version 3 dated 6/6/01.

Further, my thin sheets are printed on one side only and are side 1 and 2 of the same publication. Additionally, none of mine are 1 of, 2 of or 3 of...anything.

I wonder if this is all the errata that were produced? I wonder if your 9/27/01 has anything that my 6/6/01 version might not include?

Maybe Bill Mullins could come on and shed some light on this Errata conundrum...






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In my Deluxe set, I have :

a white cardstock errata sheet that is undated. - Single Sided

a yellow cardstock that is marked Version 2, 2/14/2001 - Double Sided

a white sheet of lightweight paper. This one is dated July 2006 and specifically addresses the GH 20g. Damascus table. It states that correct totals should be 446 in all barrel lengths.

And the errata page that is bound at the back of Vol 2.
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Okay. Not to be outdone. My Czar Edition, Invincible Set, signed and dated by all the authors, has two errata pages. Both on card stock, one double sided. (Volume 1)
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Dang it! I have a 26” damascus 20 ga with 26” barrels. I liked it being one of the three.
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Hey Mike, I have one too and I have a DH with 28” Damascus barrels.





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i have a dh with damascus barrels with 28 inch barrels....charlie
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Do you have a research letter on that one Charlie?





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I have a gh 20 damascus with 26” brought ti the Southern
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I wonder how many 20ga Damascus are left. I've got a 30", which I gave to my special snowflake when she turned 18.
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