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Unread 05-05-2019, 03:50 PM   #21
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the repair looks sound enough to shoot compared to the mills 8 ga you have a new stock on that gun....charlie
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Yes Edgar, I did mix up the 12 with the 16. Too many great lifters to look at!
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I wonder if re-doing the stock head is much cheaper than a whole stock redo. I'd guess that 70-80% of the labor cost of a stock in in the head
My guess is that it may be close to the same price of making and finishing a whole new stock, when you consider the precision work involved in fitting the new head to the back half.





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Nice barrels Dean!
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Gorgeous 16g D lifter with so many features. Not many factory 27 barrels, or hard rubber skeleton butt plates. There must be only a handful of those barrels existing with that Parker made pattern, and you own two of them!
If memory serves, even the grip cap and screw were very unusual.
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That is a very nice , and quite a rare original piece of Parker Art . Engraving is in great shape. A Keeper . Dave
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