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Sold!!! Parker CHE 12 ga. 30

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Jim Veta, Dec 30, 2011.

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  1. Jim Veta

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    Sold!! is a Del Grego, beautifully restored and custom restocked Parker CHE grade. Ejectors, splinter, DT, 30" barrels. Case colors at 98%. The bluing is at 98%. The wood is at 98%. #2 frame. Serial number is shown clearly on the iron and matches the Parker serialization book. Titanic Steel barrels. The rt. choke is .032. The left choke is .031. Both full choked. The engraving is crisp and sharp. Dimensions are 1.5 DAC, 14.5 LOP, DAH 2.25. No cast.
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    Jim, beautiful gun. Please show us the wood. Up for a great gun! Gerry
     
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    Nice find Jimmy!
     
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    Love that pretty wood. What are the stock dimensions Jim?
     
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    Those are some of the best restoration colors I have seen! Nice gun.
     
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    Was that owned by the same old guy who had that other one??? That doesn't look like Del Grego work either.
     
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    Hi Mark,
    Thanks for the bump to the top. The case colors to me do look like Del Grego. This gun was purchased by me from Cabellas three years ago. At that time they gave me the information that is was restored by Del Grego. I should also point out that the butt stock is custom made and I do not know if that work was done by Del Grego. The reason I mention that is because an original CHE grade did have the small arrow on the side of the butt just off the receiver. This one does not, so we can assume that this wood was custom made for this receiver. That is why this beautiful looking gun is about 4000.00 less than what it should be if it was all original. That is why I state, in my thread, that the gun was restored.
     
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    NA someone must have worked on it after he did the restore, some of the screws look like they were turned by the right size screw driver. HMMM

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    Thanks for the very nice complimenting photo. That is a very nice looking gun as well. Thanks again for the bump up.
     
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    Complimenting Nope look at where the barrels meet the table and face in my pic. The one your pushing is off in the corners and table, I guess Cabelas told you the same line the old man did. Me I am starting to see a pattern.
     
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