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This shotgun was a hand-me-down from my grandfather. It's an EXTREMELY RARE 10 ga. Parker Bros. lifter with 36" Damascus barrels. I going to put it up for sale shortly. More info later.



















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beautiful shotgun
 
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Looks like an old friend to someone...


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Yes, it does. I suppose my own code of ethics is not PC in this day + time but it would be a cold day in Hell when I sold off my grandfather's shotgun that I inherited. But that's just me.


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Interesting post Norman Conquest. I don't think that my son is interested in fine anything. He just wants to shoot. Ar15's etc. I have the same issue with my silverware, fine china, fine crystal etc. No interest in such things from the next generation, at least not in my household, as well as some others from what I hear. The desire for quality seems to no longer be there.
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Originally posted by NormanConquest:
Yes, it does. I suppose my own code of ethics is not PC in this day + time but it would be a cold day in Hell when I sold off my grandfather's shotgun that I inherited. But that's just me.



I’ll add to this.

Looking at this shotgun and it’s condition, I’d hasten to say that you would likely not be able to sell it for anything that would make it worthwhile.
Some things have more personal value than they have actual value.
Believe me, I’m surrounded by these things...
 
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