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Unread 07-02-2023, 11:51 PM   #11
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Looks great! I believe I saw the “before” at Pheasant Fest a few years ago
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Such a deserving gun for restoration and what an an outstanding job! Can’t wait to read the story behind it. Congratulations Dean!
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Garth, Miss ya buddy. Come on up to Medford this weekend. Its a great shoot. I betcha that twenty would definitely serve you well.

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Dean, You did right by restoring the old girl, a gun to be proud of for sure, Hope I can see it in person one day! Gary
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Gary, It would be my pleasure and honor to see you hold and examine this little beauty. The real dream would be to watch you shoot it.

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Dean, Thanks for letting me shoot 10 rounds out of that beautiful gun at the 5 stand on Friday. It was surely a treat I won't forget Greg Baylander
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Greg, My pleasure brother. It was so wonderful to see you smash some clays. Thank you for letting me share a piece of history with you.

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Dean you have acknowledged every ones contribution, however, the bragging rights are yours. Perfection was achieved with that guns restoration.
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Craig, It was a long four plus years to get this lifter 20 back to where it deserved to be. I'm very fortunate to be the caretaker for awhile. Thank you for the compliments. It is my goal to share this little beauty with as many Parker/SXS enthusiasts as possible. It still feels very surreal to reach into the gun safe and bring her out.

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Edgar, i do have the original stock and forend, numbered to the gun. Forend completely broken in half and glued, stock just looked worn out.
Dean, how much drop was on your original stock? The 20g lifter formerly known as "Mine" had over 3".
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