I am trying to find out something about the guns made under the Classic Doubles name back in the 80's. There was a 101 (O/U) and a 201 (SxS). The 101 is the same gun as the Winchester 101. The only difference i know if is the adjustable trigger on the Classic Doubles 101. Winchester might have also used that on their target guns but it wasn't on the 101 field guns. That gun I am clear on. It is the 201 that I can't get definitive information about. I know that it, the Winchester 23, and The Parker Reproduction were made together at the Olin factory in Kodensha, Japan. I recently saw one 201 for sale and the seller said it was the same gun as a Winchester 23. That is definitely not true. The receivers are completely different. The forend release looks like it is from a 23 and I believe it might be. Also, the barrels are made from a monoblock so they could be the same as the ones used on the 23. The action is what I am trying to find out about for sure. I was told by someone that it uses a Parker Repro receiver. It looks somewhat different externally because the intent from CD was intended to look like a Winchester 21 but aside from minor milling differences it looks to me like it could very well be. The dimensions look right and the placement of the screws is identical. Can some of you ask around and see what you can come up with? I hate owning a gun that I know absolutely nothing about other than some speculation. I can post pictures if that would help.