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Unread 10-24-2023, 10:21 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone,

New member here. Ive been working through the resources here to identify what i have. I assume it does not have much value, but i would like to try to replace the missing parts. I suspect this is a reproduction "p" series but there doesnt seem to be much information on 12ga "p" series let alone how to find parts. S/N: 66260 suggests a manufactur date of 1891 but im sure the "p" indicates a different date?

Aside from the missing stock,forend, and trigger guard it seems to be in fair condition. It was probably reblued at some point?

Is it worth trying to replace the parts?
How do I know what stock/forend will fit?
Best place to find parts?

Pretty cool this community exists. Looking forward to learing more. Thank you in advance for your help

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The P is simply the letter code for the Grade 1 Parker, which is next to the lowest grade 0. Below that is the ungraded Trojan.

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