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Unread 02-11-2019, 09:56 PM   #41
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You probably will not believe this but I traded a grade 6 10 gauge for the little 0 grade 20, could not find one in decent shape till this one, sometimes money does not have to change hands, have done several trades over the years, Just so you know the letter said the little 0 grade was sent back to have a set of Vulcan 28 ga barrels fitted to the gun so there you have it Parker made a 28 ga Vulcan barreled hammer gun, Gary

Gary, is it a lifter or a T/A ??





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Top Action Dean fish tail lever, gary
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Oh the envy, the envy The two Parkers I'll probably never own are a 20ga hammer gun and a nice 410
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About that .410....... I too have wanted one..
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Default About that .410....... I too have wanted one..

I as many before me shot a .410 double by Stevens as a kid. I have wanted a Parker .410 for a long time even a repro would be fine...The prices of ones for sale have driven me back from purchase. As for the Reproduction guns, limited as my experience has been, guns I have seen pictures of, the two barrels have a pretty good gap on them at the muzzle. First am I correct on this ? Second do original Parker guns have this gap at the muzzle also ? Visually that gap is not pretty or refined but may be necessary because of those narrow tubes can some one show a picture of the muzzle of an original Parker .410 ? Thanks very much & Best, Paul
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The muzzles won't touch on a 410. My Fox has quite a bit of space between the barrels but it shoots where I point it.
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Mr. Hawes: 1928 original VHE .410
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Default Thank you very much James....

That is just what I needed to see. The gap on your original gun is much smaller than the one I saw on the reproduction gun (that was awhile back) You have a great little gun. Best,Paul
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Virtually all of the original production Parker .410's muzzles touched.





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If you enlarge the pictures a little you will see the barrels touch. Jbrown
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