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Unread 12-06-2022, 10:43 AM   #11
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Picked up a nice 20ga Trojan DOM 1929. Killed a fat Missouri Tom with it in April.
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Parker PH 16ga 26" Cyl/Full with Titanic barrels and D grade stock, both factory installed.

Parker Top lever hammer gun converted to hammerless, 12ga 28" Mod/Full

Winchester Model 21 12ga 28" Mod/Full

All purchased from members of the forum.
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I bought my first Parker. It is a 1905 DH 20 with 28 inch barrels. It lives in my safe with several Fox guns. I sold several guns to try and reduce my collection. I keep falling off the wagon and something else will slip in. John
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a 1904 VH 12 gauge.....it is my Parker collection. i am enjoying it immensely.
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Dave Noble, can we see the letter that explains the changes on your P grade?
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I have noy bought any new parkers this year but fid buy some old 6.5 carcanos..they shoot well enough for deer with these old eyes....charlie
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1895 GH 12 28" Straight grip, from a member here.
1895 GH 12 30" Capped grip, GB auction
1905 Remington No. 4 .22 cal, to satisfy my itch for vintage single shot .22's
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Dave Noble, can we see the letter that explains the changes on your P grade?
Bill, you probably already know this gun but here is the letter on it.
I do not have the original 12ga barrels unfortunately.
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I picked up a 20g lifter in Vegas back in January, a 12g VH single trigger 28" in May and a few other that were used as project guns. I have an 8 bore PH coming this winter and a super special project that I'll unveil when it's finished. Trust me, it is very cool.

Started in on some custom .22 center-fire wildcats this year and some vintage single shot rifles too. Let's just say I have plenty to occupy my time this winter.
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I added a 1929 Grade 0 20 ga. Very nicely maintained. Found it in a little shop in eastern VA. Sweet shooter. Dusted some clays this past week with it. Moved a 1947 Marlin 30/30 and a Franci 12 and a Glock to get it. Then could not help myself and just took delivery on an 1889 Grade 2 12 ga. Damascus. 32 barrels. Also nicely maintained. The word is out. South Dakota pheasants are headed for the Black Hills next Oct.
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