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Unread 01-30-2015, 04:46 PM   #11
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If it is a hammer gun with Parker Steel barrels it is likely to be a unique gun.
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Unread 01-30-2015, 04:56 PM   #12
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Agreed. I would like to see the lugs and how the check hook was accommodated. I'm guessing its re barreled. If I recall, Tom Carter has a steel barreled 20ga. hammer gun.
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And I have a T/A hammer gun with Vulcan Steel barrels.
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It is a top lever hammer gun with 26" barrels. By fluted frame I believe he means lightening cuts on the water table. Looks to have been done with a radius end mill cutter? When I see it next, he says I can get pictures.
Here's what to shoot (I think) Overall gun, closeup of action engraving, checkering, water table and underside of the barrels, legend on the barrels, side shot of the lugs, Straight on at the open breech, same for muzzles, stock, buttplate, forend, forend iron.
Not sure If I can get a shot of the inside of a lock.
Is there anything else I need to photograph?
Measure the distance between the firing pins?
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Unread 01-30-2015, 10:02 PM   #15
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Sounds like you've done your homework. I would certainly think it's an 0 frame, so if you measure 1" between pins, that would confirm it.
If you think of it, get a sideways shot of the barrel lugs, and down on the water table.
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No need for a picture inside the lock. Thanks.
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I have a number of photos in my Photobucket of the 20 Gauge Top Lever Hammer gun in this thread, but can't seem to upload them.
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I don't have any experience with photobucket - can someone help John with uploading pictures from photobucket?
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Sounds like a very interesting gun, Look forward to seeing the photos, especially the barrels, Gary
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John

When you have a picture open in photobucket there are series of links on the right

One of them is named IMG

Left click on that one. It should turn yellow and say "copied"

Then you can left click in a post here and select "paste"

The picture will link into your post
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