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Unread 09-13-2022, 12:08 PM   #11
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Well That what I have. It has been in a safe seen 2008 when my friend passed away this was his Grand Fathers that purchased it new, or my understanding. This gun was in their family when they lived on Mound Key in Florida for years. As all these guns they have history..
Should I take it to a Smith and have it restored?
I believe it works but the hammers I haven't drawn back.
Thanks for your help..
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You’ll get some good advice soon. Could you take the barrels off and share picks of the action and barrels where the numbers, letters and other markings are?
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Well i know this may sound funny but never taken it apart and will have to find out how to.. I'm sure somewhere on here there is a Parker disassibly for dummies.
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Well i know this may sound funny but never taken it apart and will have to find out how to.. I'm sure somewhere on here there is a Parker disassibly for dummies.
Take the forearm off and push up on the plunger looking thing (that's a technical term) sticking out of the bottom of the action and the gun will open and the barrels lift right off. The "plunger looking thing" functions like a top lever to release the barrel lock up.
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Anyone read killing mr watson? A interesting story and reminder of how rough things were (in places anyway) during some or most of the parker era.
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Well that was easy. Got a group of pics but uploading is to slow at home tonight. I see no more letters or numbers on any of the pieces. Will keep trying to send pics.
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Well that was easy. Got a group of pics but uploading is to slow at home tonight. I see no more letters or numbers on any of the pieces. Will keep trying to send pics.
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Well I found some stuff.
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