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Unread 09-19-2021, 08:03 PM   #1
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I recently bought a set of Parker Repro 12 GA barrels from a member here. Can't tell you how happy I was when they snapped right on to both my guns.
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Unread 09-19-2021, 08:33 PM   #2
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I know that you have said that you have not had much luck in that category, but in my experience they are usually very interchangeable.
It is good to hear it worked out for you again.
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The barrels I found at the Vintagers snap right on also. I was pretty confident they would being that they bear the same SN! The splinter fits both barrels perfectly also. I still can’t believe my luck.
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I had a BHE 28 gauge Meriden Parker beavertail forend, wood and metal, in my parts box. Recently, I purchased the third consecutive numbered, identical, 28 gauge 28" Repro with splinter forend. The Meriden BHE beavertail snapped right on the Japanese gun like they were made in the same Meriden factory. Now I need another set of Repro 28 gauge barrels so I can have a two barrel, two forend set. Or better yet, a BHE or CHE Meriden 28 gauge with a missing forend.
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Bill go on Guns America as there are a couple of sets for sale on there under Parker shotguns
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