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Unread 11-20-2023, 11:52 AM   #21
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Bill as sometimes happens. The post has taken on a discussion about the 410.
I posted a picture of the 20!gauge barrels and hope others will chime in on these markings.
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Here are typical skeet markings Phil—
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Bill as sometimes happens. The post has taken on a discussion about the 410.
I posted a picture of the 20!gauge barrels and hope others will chime in on these markings.
Phil, Does that say the unstruck barrel weight was 4.3 and what’s the frame number on the lug?
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Looks like 4 lbs., 3 oz. to me too.

What is the barrel length?





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You guys are right. I contacted the owner it is 4 3. 12 gauge not a 20. I should have noticed that weight and realized not a 20. Sorry for any confusion.
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Yes, Phil, I don't think that the choke markings on the gun you pictured are normal Parker markings, but this is a Remington gun and they may be different.
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The font of the letters isn’t the more common one we usually see on Remington Parkers.





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Dean and I both own lettered skeet guns that do not have choke markings. Does anyone have a comment on that phenomenon?
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Bill, you and Dean are dreaming up stuff is my comment.
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Bill, you and Dean are dreaming up stuff is my comment.



I gladly post my PGCA and my G&H letters on my 28 ga. Skeet gun 236912


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