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Unread 12-19-2022, 05:20 PM   #51
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P.S.: Oh, Mr. Davis, yes this is the Parker I brought up to Housman's for you to shoot, but your preset shooting program/schedule caused you to miss out, but cheer up, you can get a chance next year if you like.
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That is one heck of a beautiful gun you have there Tom!
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Oh, I guess I should have elaborated a bit further. My apologies........


This gun was originally purchased from the Estate of Dr. Fred J. Rinehart. I have been trying to contact his descendants to help elaborate a bit on the history of the gun, but have not been successful.


My estimation is that when Dr. Harvey B. Munshaw passed in 1989, the gun was bequeathed to Mr. Rinehart.


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Thatís a classy shooting jacket
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A shooting buddy from my youth had a full size Ocelot skin complete with tail, sewed into the back of his shooting jacket. The tail almost dragged on the ground.
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