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Unread 11-20-2020, 05:24 PM   #11
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Good location. Any woodcock covers up that way?

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Has anyone else ever seen the Parker Bros.that high on the frame before?
I would like to see more pictures of that gun.
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It’s certainly not the norm but we see such anomalies from time to time.

That engraver probably got scolded.





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Perhaps he had just finished a "G" and 'forgot' that this one was not to be that grade. Then straightened it out immediately instead of putting Parker on a slight radius. Certainly didn't hide it by then.
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What is the scratch or whatever on the barrel above the forend joint? Is this a sleeved gun?
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Bill,
It's a 410.
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I mistook the .410 sculpting for a scratch. I took another look and can see it now. I guess I should know better.
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New guy checking in from TX. I have collected US military guns for 20+ years
And have enjoyed the research and the chase...
The collection is long gone now . Then I got the bug to buy a few shotguns . Started with a few Model 42s... and then I had a chance to buy a well documented
1932 VH 410.... now Im hooked ....
Im looking for advice from fellow collectors on what I should be looking for.
Im not a shooter but that might change if I find another Britney
Im thinking a 28g and a 20g to start and perhaps a hammer gun ...
Lots to learn but Im on my way with a few Parker books..
Got lucky and found a VH 28g that is pretty close to the 410...
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Looks a lot like the 410. Two down ?? To go
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