Once it was Cyl/Mod, anything you wanted.
I’d be that guy in a heartbeat. Wouldn’t think twice about adjusting the chokes to a more reasonable combination that suits what I want the gun for.
Issues with ribless Martins is...they’re often too butt heavy. Butt heavy is harder to shoot for me than the opposite. I’ve never had a ribless Martin in my hands that didn’t feel way out of balance aft. Light isn’t always good.
That gun has unusual enough stock dimensions that butt heavy or choke is likely to be the least of problems to good shooting. 3/4” cast off, almost 16” LOP, and 2” DAH?
I probably wouldn’t be the guy who unbolted that wood and had a new piece whittled, either.
Doesn’t matter, there is a lot about that gun that just makes it a bridge too far, for me.
A pretty bridge, though.