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Unread 07-31-2009, 05:24 PM   #1
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I am new here and a big fan of the 28 gauge.I know that Parker helped to popularised the 28 gauge in North America.

Will be posting some questons from time to time about Parker and the 28 gauge .Looking forward to your replies.

Have a nice day to all.
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Unread 07-31-2009, 05:42 PM   #2
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Welcome aboard G. Mason. We're looking forward to the pictures of all your Parker 28's.

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Unread 07-31-2009, 09:54 PM   #3
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Welcome aboard G. Mason. We're looking forward to the pictures of all your Parker 28's.

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Thank-you for the welcome,Dean.Although I have a fair number of 28 gauge shotguns I do not own a Parker.I have always been in awe of the 28 gauge Parker and the 28 gauge Winchester Model 21 but have never owned either one.Maybe some day if I hit it big in the lotto.

Any way I hope you do not mind me asking questons even if I do not own a 28 gauge Parker.
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Ask all the questions you want. I'm a big fan of the 28 as well and my first "Parker" 28 was a repoduction. There good guns and still a good value for the person who wants a Parker 28 but can't spend five figures for an original.
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Ask all the questions you want. I'm a big fan of the 28 as well and my first "Parker" 28 was a repoduction. There good guns and still a good value for the person who wants a Parker 28 but can't spend five figures for an original.

Thank-you for the reply,Richard.
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