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The dayís news acquisitions !
Unread 11-21-2022, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default The dayís news acquisitions !

It was a pretty decent day today . A VH 20 gauge 0 frame 32Ē that Iíve kinda been after for two years finally made it into my accumulation . But the surprise of the day was a quite nice circa 1918 DH 10 gauge 3 frame 32Ē gun . I had four DH 10ís until a few months ago and was down to one with a replacement stock . This new one seems to fit a bit better .
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I bet you did have a fine day getting a 32 inch 20 ga...this don't happen every day.....that's a nice looking 10 ga those are my favorite guns...charlie
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Twenty gauge Parkers with 32" barrels are "to die for". I wouldn't take the mint for mine, if I couldn't get my hands on another as nice.
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I didnt realize until I noticed you're table is the same one Ive seen on GB selling some interesting 10 gauges haha.
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That 32" 20 gauge would be a lot of fun in the dove field. Actually, they both would be.
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I didnt realize until I noticed you're table is the same one Ive seen on GB selling some interesting 10 gauges haha.
Pays to be astute and observant doesnít it
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That 32" 20 gauge would be a lot of fun in the dove field. Actually, they both would be.
That 20 will most likely be at one or more tower shoots in December . If I could choose I’d prefer it was a DHE but beggars can’t be choosers .
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Haha thats for sure, I thought that 34" GH 10 ga was interesting.
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Two very nice and sought after Parkers, congratulations!
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Two very nice and sought after Parkers, congratulations!
The DH intrested me because the dimensions are a bit better than the beater DH I have at the moment . If can get up in the 90% range with this DH it was a good idea otherwise I just added a nice gun
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