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Unread 12-14-2019, 02:13 PM   #1
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Good morning,

I recently acquired a 1927 Trojan to use as my primary upland gun. I got it for a song and it's in generally good condition, until yesterday. I closed the action when I loaded up for a hunt and my triggers went dead, resulting in missed birds. Turns out the legs on the cocking crank snapped off.

I cant find a replacement cocking crank or cocking crank screw anywhere online. Numrich is out of stock. Does anyone know where I might purchase replacement parts to get 'er running again?

Thank you for your help.
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Unread 12-15-2019, 03:19 PM   #3
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For you that don't live close by, Brian has a massive collection of new and used Parker parts and he doesn't insist on installing the part he sells you, many do.
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B. Dudley, How would I go about getting parts from you? I have a 20ga VH 0 frame and the left barrel ejector wont push the shell out. I believe it to be a weak spring. It will trip and reset.

I believe someone added the ejectors, I cannot fine a E on the water table.

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Paul, there is no "E" on the water table. If the gun has ejectors, it's implied as VHE.
Will your ejector trip and reach its full extension on an empty chamber? If yes, then check that your chamber is clean and smooth. If that doesn't help then you may well need parts.
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Paul,
I would not advise one working on his own Parker ejector system unless they had considerable prior experience.
Send the gun to Brian for repair.
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Bob, I am just looking at options right now. When upland season is over "mid January" I plan on sending the old girl off for a major cleaning and fix what might need fixing. Not sure if a full restoration is on the menu, but I want to make sure it is good to hunt with for a lot of years to come.
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David, Thank you for the clarification on the E. To answer your question, yes it works fine on an empty chamber, and both are smooth and burr free. Only thing I can come up with is a week spring.
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