I found this old campaigner at a local shop here in Tucson, and immediately took it home. All it needed was a decent cleaning, and after checking the firing pin function with some empties, I took it to the local skeet/trap range. The trap field was crowded, so I shot two round of skeet with it. That full choke (measured) just hammered those clays, turning them into black smoke. Just a plain old field gun, made in 1940. Cycled and ejected just beautifully, which was proven on stations 1,2, 6, and 7. Eventually got it to the 16 yard line and used my light 3/4 ounce skeet loads with it, and several times after that, and it worked just fine. Appears to be completely original, with 77 years of honest cosmetic wear on it. But the adjustment collar hasn't been turned and there's 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 found this old campaigner at a local shop here in Tucson, and immediately took it home. All it needed was a decent cleaning, and after checking the firing
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