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Unread 09-11-2021, 01:22 PM   #41
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Yes its a Rose. My youngest granddaughters middle name is Rose which is what we call her. She will eventually inherit this gun. Hopefully after I have hunted with it and put some nice history and wear on it.
I dont want this gun to be a safe queen.
I would like to purchase a noce case for it and am debating that now. Im torn between a solid wood case or a Leather break down.
Thoughts are welcome and appreciated.
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Classic Oak and leather case with all the top of the line accessories
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GORGEOUS!!!!
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Yes its a Rose. My youngest granddaughters middle name is Rose which is what we call her. She will eventually inherit this gun. Hopefully after I have hunted with it and put some nice history and wear on it.
I dont want this gun to be a safe queen.
I would like to purchase a noce case for it and am debating that now. Im torn between a solid wood case or a Leather break down.
Thoughts are welcome and appreciated.

The only case befitting that gun should be hand crafted by Marvin Huey.





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Love the Huey cases but the case with some accessories added and fitted you are around $4000.
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been some nice cases offered for sale here on the parker site and some really good custom gun cases made by parker folks....great looking gun lots of us are waiting to see this rose in bloom.charlie
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Phil, I'm a fan of a leather or cloth case with leather trim, and of course 2 leather straps to secure. This gun deserves a classic look!

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Engraving done on its way to Chris Dawe for case hardening, French gray, and finish stocking. I could not be happier with the way Chris has managed this project.
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That is very impressive! Will there be a stock shield with your name, date, or initials?
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Shield will be engraved with my Granddaughters First and Middle name. Brady Rose.
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