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Looking for any Browning historians that might know about a broadway trap that a gentleman let me use back in 1990. It was either a late 60's or early 70's model.

It was a pretty normal gun except for the stock, it had a hole in it where your thumb went through the stock instead of over and the comb was best described as a VERY high monte carlo but it curved to the right.

I shot two rounds of trap with it and hit 24 the first round and 25 the second (my only one). And I have not been able to find any info about this style.

Thanks in advance!
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