Got this from a relative who needed some quick cash, but I'm a Browning BPS man, and have entirely too many 12 gauge shotguns besides. Near as I can tell this is a 1979 manufactured 870 Wingmaster, with a 26" modified choke barrel. 2 3/4" chamber, and the action is smooth, and locks up tight. I put a few shells thru it, eliminating some starlings, and it functions exactly as it should. Cosmetically, there's a few scratches and nicks in the stocks, but nothing terrible. And there's some light freckling on the barrel... Price is $300 cash, face to face in mid-willamette valley, only to Oregon residents who are legal to own this firearm. This is a heckuva lot nicer shotgun than a modern 870 express or some such, and for similar money.