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Posted in thread: Parker Double Hammer Lifter (leaf springs) on 05-22-2008 at 08:11 PM
The odds are not high that you will find a new replacement spring; but I would start my making
this same post to the Parker Gun Collectors Association forum . If they can't suggest a source,
Posted in thread: Low-end $ double-barrels? on 05-15-2008 at 05:37 AM
Unless you can find a good used double gun with a cut stock, get the boy something like an 870
youth model. Cutting a stock on a double gun really hurts its value, even on a low-priced
model; and doub...
Posted in thread: Sportsman 58 question! on 05-13-2008 at 02:27 AM
You will likely be unable to find new replacement stocks; but you may find an old original
stock on eBay, or one of the gun auction sites like gunbroker or auction arms. But if your
stock is only crac...
Posted in thread: winchester model 42 on 05-10-2008 at 04:03 PM
Without seeing the gun, no one can accurately appraise the piece; but good Model 42s are always
in demand and therefore have more value than their more common Model 12 counterparts in 12, 16
and 20. T...
Posted in thread: Birdshot vs Buckshot on 05-09-2008 at 06:18 AM
I once had the opportunity (or misfortune) to witness the results of a shotgun shooting, the
shootee taking a load of #8 shot (1 1/8oz) at about 6 feet in the upper chest from a sawed-off
Posted in thread: Recoilless on 01-17-2008 at 05:03 PM
I believe Browning made and marketed a recoiless single barrel trap gun a few years back; but
I've never shot one, or was interested enough in the gun to learn how the systems operated
(perhaps you ca...
Posted in thread: .410 on 01-16-2008 at 01:51 AM
The 410 is fine for some uses, but a terrible choice for others. These little guns are so cute,
especially in a sleek side x side, that one can't help envisioning himself as being a much
Posted in thread: Parker bros. shotgun on 01-16-2008 at 12:32 AM
Parker Brothers shotguns are highly collectible; but values are all over the spectrum, with
present existing examples fetching anywhere from $50 for a parts gun to more than $250K for a
very rare and ...
Posted in thread: Syntheticstock or Woodstock? on 09-06-2007 at 01:01 AM
On the contrary UnBound, those guys with fancy engraved shotguns featuring stunning walnut
stocks are some of the finest shots with a scattergun in the world. Discounting those
individuals who don't s...
Posted in thread: Syracuse Arms Company on 08-30-2007 at 11:49 PM
Production records for the Syracuse Arms Company no longer exist, so there is no way to provide
an exact shipping date on your gun. From personal research I can tell you the following:
Triplet Steel b...