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Unread 07-06-2015, 06:35 PM   #1
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Where can I find good information for disassembly and reassembly of the Parker action. It appears that the sears must be removed in order to remove the butt stock....is this correct?
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Go to the albums link up top and sort by owner

Brian Dudley has some good instructions out there
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I do have photo guided step by step instructions for hammerless actions in order to remove the action from the stock. Separately I address removing the hammers from the action.
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Mr. Dudley, how can I get my hands on the photo guided step by step reassembly procedure? I have a Trojan setting on my bench for a minute letting me forget the pain and frustration of the effort of reassembly.

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The home page in the FAQ's has the links
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Thanks to all of you for the quick responses. Looks like excellent information, and I like the "picture is worth a thousand words" presentation.
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