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Parker 16ga. Trojan F/S--nice gun! $1550 SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Jul 21, 2012.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD--OK bird and small game hunters--here's your new gun for this fall. Dove season is only 6 weeks away!! I've had a lot of Parkers over the years, but this is the 1st Trojan grade I've encountered that was built after Remington took control. Built in 1935--this gun is # 237589 and is listed in the Parker Serialization book. It is unaltered from the factory specs. It's a 16 ga. gun with 26 inch barrels. It's got 2 3/4 inch chambers and the chokes are .015 and .025. I'd call them light mod and light full! The bores are excellent with no dents. Barrels tight and on face and toplever to the right. Very nice screws. The frame is marked PARKER on the bottom and that is correct. The metal finish is nice. I'd rate the barrel blue at 85% and it is original. Case colors are faded as you will see and what is left is 20-25%. I believe the wood has been professionally refinished at some point. It is 95% and looks very good with the original buttplate. 14 inch LOP over the buttplate. This gun will make a nice companion in the field or as a fun clays gun. It can handle modern ammunition--although the light RST loads are very pleasant to shoot! If you've ever wanted a truly classic American SxS in a smaller gauge--this 16 bore could be the gun for you! $1550 delivered to the lower 48--including California!!







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