A Full Parker BHE Restoration in Pictures: Days 1-3

by | Apr 15, 2013 | Restoration Resources, Shoot History | 1 comment

We hope you enjoy this multi-part blog series on the restoration of a 1921 Parker BHE 12 gauge shotgun. Do you have questions about the process of gun restoration? Feel free to ask in the comments section below, or drop us a line.

Day 1: Making a New Buttstock

Day 2: Fitting the Stock to the Receiver

Day 3: Fitting the Skeleton Buttplate

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1 Comment

  1. Joe Scorsone

    I really enjoyed seeing you go through the steps of a Re-Stocking. Beautiful work.!!!..I see you are using a Don Allen machine.. I have his first Stock Machine ,still going strong. I have made many of Stocks, and even made furniture legs , the lists goes on..
    Most of my work is Flintlock Rifles, and Pistols


    Joe Scorsone


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