Manufactured in 1969. Blued superposed barrels with vented matte rib and single white bead. Blued and engraved boxlock actions. Features include ejectors, non-automatic thumb safeties/barrel selector, single gold trigger, and short tang. Two piece partially figured walnut stock, round knob, checkered panels on each side of wrist, and maker's brown rubber recoil pad. Good condition, barrels retain about 95% blue finish with some scattered light freckles and marks from use, also some marks from sliding forearm. Actions retain 60-70% blue finish with edge wear and wear on bottoms, some light rust around intersection with wood, possibly indicating a saltwood gun. Trigger retains 50-60% gilt finish. Stocks good but showing scattered marks from use and one hairline crack on left side of forearm, running horizontally from top rear corner of checkering, to action. This would make a great hunting shotgun or a great restoration project.Barrel Length: 30"Barrel Wall Thickness: .051", .052"Chamber: 3" MagnumChoke: Full, FullDrop at Comb: 1 - 9/16"Drop at Heel: 2 - 5/16"FFL Status: ModernGauge: 12Internal Bore Diameter: .729", .730"Length Of Pull: 14-1/4"Manufacturer: BrowningModel: SuperposedSerial Number: 10257 S69Weight: 8 lbs. - 1 oz.