I got my dad’s guns when he passed away back in 1990. I actually use his early 70’s 870 Wingmaster as my go to gun for bird hunting. So while digging through my gun cabinets trying to organize the mess I came across an old shotgun of his that hasn’t been used in at least 50 years. His old Remington model 11 that I always forget I even have. The end of the barrel was damaged, so I thought, so I never paid too much attention to it. I looked up the serial numbers, and it was made in 1947. I posted a few pics and asked a few questions on a gun website I belong to, and come to find out that the “damage” was what was left of a missing screw on choke! I found the missing part on the internet and bought it. Now a complete gun again. I’m no gun guru, though I’ve been shooting for years, so next step is to take it to a gunsmith to give it a good inspection. The stock also needs a little attention. I hope to get this working again and pass it down to my kids. Last picture is what it looked like originally, second is with the new choke.