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A AHE Parker Composed 16 GA, Damsacus Barrels, 20 GA Frame

 
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Remington 1894 Grade 7


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Original shortened LOP on a Bertuzzi 12 ga.
 
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Just spectacular work, Dennis. Thanks for sharing Jim!


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Fausti Dea 28 Ga. Turkish Walnut. 24 LPI Semi-beavertail forend. Custom pattern. Happy client.



 
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Very nice. Lots of cast off.


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Yes, there is. It was built specifically for the gentleman's style of shooting and ability. It prints both barrels 60/40 at 40 yrds. Choked at M/IC. The gun was shipped for testing before the checkering started.


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Posts: 301 | Location: Tygh Valley, OR | Registered: 05 November 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Nice! tu2
 
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Dennis outstanding workman ship. Have not talk you since Reno custom show. we talked about all the old shop that were located in Warsaw and the guys there. Hope everything going well for u!
 
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Thank you Roger. I am well. Work has its ups and downs. Lately, lots of downs. Basketcase projects are always challenging and time consuming. Projects such as the little 28 Ga make life enjoyable.


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You are incredibly skillful Sir!
 
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Fing outstanding!!!!!
 
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gorgeous


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Hi Dennis - you probably don't remember, but you stocked & checkered a Dale Tate hammer gun for me. Beautiful & fits me like a glove, a real goose slayer. 12 Bore steel shot magnum, and a real conversation piece in the blind. I always tell newby's that I bought it a a yard sale for $200.00. Glad you to hear you're well.
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Glad to hear from you again. Yes, Tom, I remember the gun and your wit! Glad it is holding up well. You are not far off on the "Yard Sale" line. Just need to move the decimal point in your figures!


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