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Does Anyone Know Why Parker 39135 Is Special?
Unread 07-27-2021, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default Does Anyone Know Why Parker 39135 Is Special?

Here are some pictures of this special Grade-1 T/A hammer gun with Laminated Steel barrels.

It is the only Parker ever made (that we know of) with this unique feature.

The answer will come later this evening.


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Is there a clue in the pictures?
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I hope not.... I didn't mean to give it away so soon.


Just double checked - there's nothing in the pictures that would reveal it.





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Only thing I can figure is that they are Bernard bbls.
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Nope Jim, they really are Laminated Steel.




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Something to do with barrel length or gauge is my hunch
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I see a couple of unusual things. The barrel material not stamped on the top rib? The grade numeral 1 stamped above the serial number on the watertable?
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We’re the tubes supplied by the owner to Parker for use on the ordered gun? It looks like in the next to last picture that the bottom rib is short of the end and the extractor rod area is is milled out
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Nope - none of the above.





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Both of the items Dave brings up are definitely odd but not the reason for it being 1 of 1.





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