I've added a few Parker shotguns to my accumulation since I used to frequent this forum !
Got three 10 gauge guns ,
The gun at the top in both pics is a Parker EH grade 10 gauge on a #2 frame 30" M/IM and was made in 1889 . The middle gun is an 1884 Grade 2 Parker 10 gauge on a #3 frame with 32" IC/M barrels . And the one on the bottom is a circa 1882 Parker Grade 2 10 gauge lifter hammer gun with 30" IC/M barrels .
Used the 1884 top lever gun to get a brace of whitetails one day during the 2014 season . With handloaded 0 Buck .
Also picked up a circa 1891 Parker 12 gauge GH Damascus gun with 28" IC/M barrels . I was able to knock over a small spike with it on a man drive the next to last day of our season using home cast and loaded Lyman sabot slug .
The slug I cast it fits nicely inside a Claybuster knock off of the WAA12 wad . Gun groups well for three shots from the right barrel at 25 and 50 yards . I use handloaded 0 Buck in the left barrel .