Once you find and obtain a classic Parker, it will likely be in need of some repairs, especially if you paid a less-than-premium price for it. Here are common fixes needed for these shotguns.
by Paul Mazan
My tastes are simple. I am always satisfied by the very best there is. Unfortunately, I can’t afford that so I come as close as I can. Last time we looked at some history of the Parker Brothers shotguns and how to tell a real Parker from the fakes. This time we’ll look at some common repairs you may find are needed on a used gun.
Read more in the February 2019 issue.
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