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20-ga. Repro w/26" bbls. chamber length?
Unread 04-08-2018, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default 20-ga. Repro w/26" bbls. chamber length?

In a somewhat recent thread a poster stated that his 20-ga. Repro w/26" bbls. chambers measured 3" depite them being stamped 2 3/4", he mentioned that he was the original owner of the gun. http://parkerguns.org/forums/showthread.php?t=23036
In this same thread the original poster also claimed his gun measured and stated the same, but he wasn't sure of its originality. This prompted me to measure my 20-ga. Repro with 26" bbls and measure its chamber length -- it's stamped for 2 3/4" chambers and actually measures having 2 3/4" chambers.

In an effort to become better informed, it would be interesting to know what your 20-ga. Repro w/26" bbls. chambers actually measure in length?
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The two I have measure 2.75.
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mine (2) are 2.75 as well
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I have two 20's right now, both with 26" barrels and both are marked 2 3/4" and both measure exactly that.
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The 26" barrels were 23/4" and the 28" barrels were 3".Same as the 12 gauge guns.
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The 26" barrels were 23/4" and the 28" barrels were 3".Same as the 12 gauge guns.
John, on my 12 gauge 2 barrel set both sets of barrels, the 26" and the 28" are both stamped 2 3/4"?
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John, on my 12 gauge 2 barrel set both sets of barrels, the 26" and the 28" are both stamped 2 3/4"?
Although this thread is about 20-ga. Repros with 26" barrels chamber length, have you made the effort to actually measure your 12-ga. Repro w/28" bbls. chamber length?
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