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Unread 09-17-2019, 03:48 PM   #11
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Ive debated a hammerless 10 ga Parker but I'm saving money back for a lifter. I have seen quite a few nice 10 ga hammerless guns mostly PHs it seems .
I have an NH 10 as well just like the EH/GH more . Over the last six months I picked up three DH 10ís and I honestly like the engraving on the EH/GH more then the DH .
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I have an NH 10 as well just like the EH/GH more . Over the last six months I picked up three DH 10ís and I honestly like the engraving on the EH/GH more then the DH .
There was about 5 or 6 hammerless 10 ga Parkers on gunbroker about 2 weeks ago but seems the seller removed all of his listings . I think one of them was a EH , one was 6k so about twice as much as his other hammerless ones cant remember the grade though .

Was the PH the most common 10 ga hammerless ? I see those for sale more than any other grade . Im not familiar with all the grades yet , im planning to buy a G grade lifter but I like the PH 10s as well , im a minimalist kind of guy .
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Morphy's cashed my check a week ago but they have not shipped the gun.In the amazon world waiting 7 to 14 days for a gun is a killer.
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Morphy's cashed my check a week ago but they have not shipped the gun.In the amazon world waiting 7 to 14 days for a gun is a killer.
You can fondle that new CH Bernard in the interim while you are waiting. Under those circumstances I am having a hard time finding pity for you in this case brother
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So I received 31406. Barrels are pitted as advertised about the same as my other D #6 frame (bad but not the worst I have seen!!!) Measurements are right barrel bore .807, wall at 9" .079, min wall .041, choke .040: left bore .822, wall at 9" .079, min wall .041, choke .051.
It needs a new bolt and to be put on face at some point it is shootable as is but I want it right. The right hammer is loose but I don't have a screw driver bit thin enough to tighten, it may need some welding work. The firing pin springs are broken. I intend to give it a good cleaning and add some finish to the wood that's about it. Cool old ducker, I can't imagine how many ducks this gun has killed but I do intend to extend it's long life in the marsh.
So to complete my collection of old tired duck guns, I would like to add a 5 frame D 10 gauge, they seem to weight around 12lbs.
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So I received 31406. Barrels are pitted as advertised about the same as my other D #6 frame (bad but not the worst I have seen!!!) Measurements are right barrel bore .807, wall at 9" .079, min wall .041, choke .040: left bore .822, wall at 9" .079, min wall .041, choke .051.
It needs a new bolt and to be put on face at some point it is shootable as is but I want it right. The right hammer is loose but I don't have a screw driver bit thin enough to tighten, it may need some welding work. The firing pin springs are broken. I intend to give it a good cleaning and add some finish to the wood that's about it. Cool old ducker, I can't imagine how many ducks this gun has killed but I do intend to extend it's long life in the marsh.
So to complete my collection of old tired duck guns, I would like to add a 5 frame D 10 gauge, they seem to weight around 12lbs.
Have you got a 3 frame grade 3 top lever 10 already ?
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Unread 10-16-2019, 06:19 AM   #17
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Bottom gun is 31406, top gun is my #6 frame 10, not a great picture.
Craig I'm not interested in a 3 frame D just because they are common. My real interest is in the big guns built on frames larger than standard.
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Craig, most of these guns do not have firing pin springs. The pins float. That pin is likely just seized up with gunk.
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OK thanks Brian I did not realize that. A little Hoppies and they are good now. I put a .003 shim in the hinge and the gun is good to go until I get it put back on face correctly.
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Bottom gun is 31406, top gun is my #6 frame 10, not a great picture.
Craig I'm not interested in a 3 frame D just because they are common. My real interest is in the big guns built on frames larger than standard.
Now that picture is enlightening to say the least ! I had thought my 0 grade 4 frame was a bit cumbersome but I can just imagine getting that six frame going after a goose or duck or clay target or whatever
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