I've had this on the trap field several times and even with 3/4 ounce reloads, it's just plain deadly. Skeet grade wood that has a few dings and scratches, but no signs of abuse. It has a still-soft Pachmyar pad that brings it out to a 14 inch LOP. The bluing appears to be original with some finish loss in the usual areas. Some scratches on the front left of the receiver from the typical careless reassembly at some point, but not too bad. The mirror-like bore mikes to full. The gun dates from 1950. Smooth cycling with a good trigger, and the adjustment collar is as it was when it left the factory. Absolutely no slop in the barrel/receiver fit. Just a great-shooting nice old shotgun. I'm not a dealer, so make sure yours will take a shipment from a non-dealer. If not, my dealer charges $40 for his transfer fee, plus shipping. Can ship to a C&R license. Email me with any questions not answered in the description or text.
I've had this on the trap field several times and even with 3/4 ounce reloads, it's just plain deadly. Skeet grade wood that has a few dings and scratches, b
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