Well, that's certainly interesting. I have a '37 field grade 42 in 85% cond. [at least], factory simmons vent rib w/ivory beads AND factory Cutts compensator -Modified choke. A rare bird? I read a article a few yrs. ago in Gun Digest on '42's that suggested if you find any ONE of these options in a availible 42, you should grab! Having all the desireable options in one makes me think I'm sitting on a rare shotgun. The puzzlement is-Why the field grade with this obviously special order? I like to think the customer had class and wanted it primarily for it's utility as a Skeet Machine. Any guess on value? I believe it has a 3" chamber - does that jive with what I think the date is? ser. # is 73xxx.
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