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So I went to a gun show yesterday and traded for a Remington Wingmaster ( Not Express )
with a 18 inch Improved Cylinder fixed choke barrel and large bead sight.
Walnut ( ? ) stock with no checkering , Remington brown vented recoil pad ...
Chromed bolt , blued steel lifter...
I think that the...