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Unread 02-25-2024, 10:14 AM   #1
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A Parker Reproduction Oil Can, like this one, but without its original box recently sold on eBay; after some spirited bidding it went for $255.00 plus state sales tax and shipping.
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I have been very active in the PR for several years. I always felt they were undervalued for the longest time. Well, it's been 50 plus years since Tom Skuse introduced them plus the fact, they were a high-grade well-made gun produced in very limited numbers. I am happy to see them gain value and claim a there rightful place in the realm gun and sport from days past. I bought my first PR in 1995 to use and enjoy. It's been a long enjoyable journey for me. I have learned much along the way. I use my guns no matter what they cost or their dollar value. I use them in the rain, snow, mud and Poppel. I just got a new Gordon setter pup and my journey will continue be the Lord willing. SXS Ohio
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A Parker Reproduction Oil Can, like this one, but without its original box recently sold on eBay; after some spirited bidding it went for $255.00 plus state sales tax and shipping.
That is Parker Hale not to be confused with Parker Brothers. They were an English firearms maker.
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That is Parker Hale not to be confused with Parker Brothers. They were an English firearms maker.
Thank you for your astute observation, Frank. But, I don't believe anybody here should be confusing Parker-Hale with Parker Bros.

Parker-Hale of Birmingham, England was the supplier to Parker Reproductions for both the originally supplied oil cans and snap caps.
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