Here is a mistake that I made that might work out great for another bird shooter. I am 6'7" and shoot a very long shotgun stock. I was looking for a grouse and quail gun that I could travel with, and purchased this pristine, basically unfired, 1970 Belgian Browning Superposed Lightning in 20ga for that purpose. I sent the gun to JJ Peredeau in Oklahoma for him to strip and ultrasonic clean, add one of his amazing leather covered pads, and bend 3/8" cast off into the stock. His work is impeccable. I shot the gun at the National Grouse and Wiodcock hunt this month in Minnesota, and even with the added pad, it is still just too short for me. While it may be too long for some at 15 3/8" which I thought I could live with, I simply can't on a gun I would shoot a lot. Details are: 20ga, 3" chambers, marked IC / Mod and measures as such. Round knob, short tang, 26.5" barrels. Condition is mint. I have shot 2 boxes of shells out of it, and JJ thought it was probably unfired when he got it. $3150 delivered to your FFL.