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Parker VH 20ga. F/S 1924 gun & all original-SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Jul 1, 2012.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD==SOLD==Ok you bird hunters out there. Here is a really nice 1924 Parker--2093xx--in 20 ga. on the O frame. A trim little beauty that is unaltered from factory condition. It has 26 inch barrels that are bored mod and improved mod. The bores are excellent as are the mechanics. The top lever is well to the right. Barrel blue is at least 90%. The case colors are solid 60% The screws are very nice. It has the original dogs head buttplate. The Wood is nice with no cracks and the stock dimensions are totally shootable with a 14 3/8" LOP and drops of 1 1/2 x 2 3/8". This is much better then most of the VH grade guns you find for sale. So--of you want a very clean 88 year old Parker 20 bore--here you go at $3750 delivered in the lower 48.
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    What a great all original gun. If I didn't have the exact same gun in 20 and 16 I'd be all over this one. Good find Bill
     
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    Curious as to what "birds" you consider this is suited for? Around here, "bird hunting" is partridges and mod/imod is certainly a recipe for bird burgers. Especially when you consider an 80 year old gun was designed to shoot even tighter with today's plastic wads. Pheasants?
     
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    Sure it would make a fine pheasant gun or you could use spreaders for close in work. Personally, I'd take the right barrel to .005 or .008 and leave the left barrel alone.
     
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