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Unread 10-25-2022, 08:21 PM   #1
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I just acquired a graded Parker Damascus Hammer gun. It has 28" barrels with very good bores. the chokes measure 10 and 20/1000ths, mod and light full. I do not think it has been cut. It retains some case colors and has a beautiful dogs head butplate. Too much drop but it locks up tight. I have fired it a little, and plan to make some 2 7/8" Bismuth loads and shoot a couple of early season ducks.
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I do not see the pictures I posted, I will try again.
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fine looking duck gun you cannot beat a 10 ga for ducks....charlie
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Those 10/1000" and 20/1000" for a 10 gauge are closer to IC and MOD.





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Whats the serial number it may be listed in the serialization book
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The weight is only 8.4 lbs. The chopper lump is marked 2, so I am guessing a #2 frame. Were the early frame sizes the same as the later hammerless guns? It is a grade 2. The drop at heal is 3 1/2", which is quite a lot. I am going to try a slip on comb pad.
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