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Unread 11-18-2023, 11:52 PM   #1
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A friend bought a Parker 20 gauge Remington gun. It is Skeet configured, but marked Skeet In Skeet In.
Has anyone ever observed a Parker marked this way?
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Not I Phil, that’s an odd one for sure.





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Dean, Your 28ga Skeet gun is a Remington gun, correct? How is it marked?
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I have a 20ga Remington skeet configured gun marked SK in and SK out.
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I have not seen the barrel markings but have asked for a picture. I will share once I receive it.
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Dean, Your 28ga Skeet gun is a Remington gun, correct? How is it marked?
Yes it is Edgar but it has no choke markings even though both PGCA and G&H letters both confirm it is a Skeet gun and not a ‘Skeet configured’ gun. The chokes are rt. .015” and l. .007”.





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Phil, there are Parker skeet guns with Skeet In markings on both barrels. An example is the AHE .410 sold several years ago in Pennsylvania. I believe Dean may have some pictures of that gun.
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Phil, there are Parker skeet guns with Skeet In markings on both barrels. An example is the AHE .410 sold several years ago in Pennsylvania. I believe Dean may have some pictures of that gun.
That gun was at the banquet this year .
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410 Skeet gun... 241576


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So, one of us owns it. Great Parker, maybe the greatest. The Abercrombie ledger says Skeet In and Skeet Out, but the gun says Skeet In and Skeet In.
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