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PARKER-HALE
Parker was the previous tradename of the A.G. Parker Company located in Birmingham, England, which was formed from a gun-making business founded in 1890 by Alfred Gray Parker. The company became the Parker-Hale company in 1936, and was purchased by John Rothery Wholesale about circa 2000. This firm made an air pistol designed by Alfred Hale and Ernest Harris and also made Lee-Enfield sporter firearm rifles. For more information and current pricing on Parker-Hale firearms, please refer to the Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad (also available online).

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