Here is my J. Stevens pump 12-gauge shotgun that was given to me in my youth by a neighboring farmer. I have no idea how old it is, but he owned it since the 1920s. It has a Browning patent date of 1907. This gun holds five in the magazine and one in the chamber and has a full choke. It has been the demise of all kinds of small game, deer, waterfowl, upland birds, and varmints of all stripes. It rode in farm trucks, on tractors and combines, and its home was in the barn. It has been sunk in a swamp and frozen solid with ice, but still works flawlessly. I shot my first buck with it many years ago when shells were still made of paper. It is the only firearm I own that's not for sale.