Re: Iver Johnson Champion
Thank you gentlemen for the information. I'm going out to get some 16 gauge shells for the gun this weekend.
I was able to glean from some other posts that this gun apparently came in a no-choke or choked version, and that the choked version is a full choke. That should be fine for what I will use it for.
As this gun is from the 1920's, this is the oldest firearm I own by quite a wide margin. That it is still serviceable is a testament to how well these guns were made. I have given it a good cleaning with Eezox, and wiped it down lightly.
Last edited by harborrat; 02-02-2010 at 02:38 PM..