You know I have been on a buying rampage this week. All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy. So while I was at the shop bouncing ideas off of joe, I continued my search for a double barrel coach gun. I ran into a Taylor’s and Company Wyatt Earp edition, which I will cover in another post, but next to it was something I never expected to see in real life. A 1910 production Parker Shotgun.
If you like cool double barrels, this is one of the finest ever built. Parker has 8 grades of shotguns for those who aren’t familiar with them.
“There are 8 grades for Parker guns: (highest to lowest) A1, AAH, AH, BH, CH, DH, GH, PH or VH, and Trojan.” This one is a VH in 85-90% condition based on my limited knowledge of grading guns.
There are some some signs of use, but it’s in great shape.
Double Triggers are cool looking.
I love these old fancy shotguns.
Eye candy for sure.
There you go Mr. Wizard. Don’t say I never did nothing for you. Enjoy.