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SN 238451. Cal. 12 ga. 32″ bbls, 2-3/4″ chambers, IM/IM chokes. Single bead sight, concave matted rib. Splinter forend. GH ejector receiver. Left side engraved with two ducks in flight. Right side engraved with two quail. Floorplate engraved with two pheasants. “Parker” engraved on bottom of frame. Fine screws. Double triggers. Straight grip. Nicely figured Monte Carlo buttstock. Parker dog’s head buttplate. Initial shield in toe line. LOP 14-3/4″, DAC 1-3/4″, DAH 2-3/8″. Automatic safety. This gun is accompanied by a PGCA letter dated May 16, 2007 confirming current configuration with no mention of Monte Carlo stock though it is undoubtedly orig. CONDITION: Bbls retain majority of blue starting to tone, wear at muzzles and breech end. Assorted slight handling marks, mostly concentrated ahead of forend. Bores bright and unpitted. Receiver retains much faded cyanide color with handling wear. Nice trigger bow blue with loss from handling. Buttstock and forend very nice with reapplied finish. Checkering prominent. Top lever to right. Gun is tight, operates crisply, strong ejectors. Interesting special use long barreled Parker. 50606-1 TJW (3,000-5,000) C&R – Lot 1064

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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