Re: old shotgun id
Ammo would the the least of your problems. You would have to have a forearm made and the metal attachment parts would have to be hand made. A stock can be custom made and so can the missing parts, that is, can be made by gunsmith who is willing to take on such a project. I understand your desire to restore this old shotgun, but here is the reality. It would cost at least 10 times what the fire arm is valued at. from the looks of what you have, I don't believe it is a good candidate to restore. If you have your heart set on this, the cheapest route would to by a like item in working condition and swap parts. That would be about 2000 dollars cheaper. Now that is just MO, and as you know, like belly buttons evry one has different opinions. which ever way you go, the best of luck on it.
Last edited by RJay; 12-12-2009 at 12:54 PM..