For sale I have a Browning Superposed Midas Grade shotgun in .410 Gauge. First of all, yes, this is a salt gun. However, there are no signs of corrosion on any of the metal - receiver or barrels. There is slight corrosion on the buttplate screw. This shotgun features highest grade walnut with fine checkering, deep relief scroll engraving initialed 'DC', gold pheasant and duck on sides of receivers, gold quail on bottom, 28" vent rib barrels, choked Skeet and Skeet, and comes in the Browning factory hard case with owners manual. Gun was manufactured in 1969, and is a Salt gun. Again, there are no signs of corrosion on any of the metal parts, except for light corrosion on the buttplate screws. Please contact us with any questions, or for purchase options.
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