Yup. Pretty decent guns for the money, IMO. They're not fancy, but they're solid and just keep working. They have straight-line firing pins driven by very powerful springs, pretty unique on an OU. They were made from the late 30's to the late 50's. Early ones had a rib between the barrels; later ones dropped the rib, leaving an open space--which looks a bit odd on an OU, but works out fine. (The Remington 32 didn't have a midrib either.)
A light handling easy carring shotgun, actually made on a 20 frame,
if double triggers then it first model, up till early 50' after was single trigger.
equipped with extractors no ejectors (darn dangerous contraptions)
chambered for 2-3/4" only normally full and mod chokes, (haven't seen other chokes)
cast iron frame
Looking for one myself, get if a good price, check aution sites for pricing idea.
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