Picke up a couple of good shotguns at the show last weekend. Both were swapped in on some low buck revos that I had given @ a bill for each. Show was packed on Saturday, but little trading. Had people constantly at my table. Sunday started slow, but got hot after the lunch crowd came in. Got this Remmy 870 Super Mag in the 3.5" 12 ga. shells that kill on both ends. It will fire 2 3/4" field and 3" mag loads as well. Makes it versitlle. Had a 3.5" Mossy 835 beofe, but didn't like it cause the barrel was not removeable. This one has a barrel that comes out like any other 870. Finish is black metal and poly. Didn't know why the guy wanted to swap it for a pot metal .38 spl. I had untill I checked the gun well. When I pulled the slide back the forend came off. Apparently the owner and his genius buddy did not know the barrel came off and that the ring nut just screwed back on the slide. I gave then the old gunshow B.S. about trying to swap me a "broken gun." and it would cost me to repair it. Hit him up for the gun and 60 bucks wheich he gave up. I had it working 5 minutes after he left. I ran a few of the 2 3/4" standard field loads through it when I got home. It has a scew in choke, type unknown yet. Bead front sight, vent rib, crossbolt safety, and 28" barrel. have several boxes of the killer 3.5" ammo from the last gun I had. Proabably will not use much of it, No. 3 steel for ducks I guess. We don't have ducks in south Texas. They just migrate through here. The other gun is a suppose to be unfired Stevens/Savage model 320 12 ga with an 18.5" barrel. Black matte finish, black poly P grip stock. It will take up to 3" shells which is enough for me. Alreday have a Mav. 88 that is much the same, but I think I will keep both. The Mav88 has a regular stock which I am use to. It was a bit hard to get use to pumping the Stevens with the P-grip on it. After looking at the gun, it is much the same as the old Winchester Model 1200/1300 series of guns. Same rotating bolt lockup to lugs in the barrel. Very strong lockup. I have a Winchester 1200 that is from the 60s and it still works just fine. Barrel and receiver are copies as well as the action, bolt carrier and ejecotr. Crossbolt safety that I am familiar with o my old gun. I like it and it worked perfectly well. Previous owner wanted to swap it for a low bucks revo to carry and no one else in the show would swap him. I tot it along with 40 bucks. Got the box paperwork and warranty card. Slide showed no sighns fo wear, so it could be unfired like he said. Only fired it with the 2 3/34" field loads cause I was down to 10 rounds of 00 for the Vav.88 and this gun. Gotta get some more buck.