I was on a dove field yesterday with a local shooting a Purdey Pigeon gun made in 1906. 30" barrels proofed for 1 1/8 oz. with 2 3/4 chambers. I don't know what was paid as it was a gift from his wife. He was as good a shot as I've seen on a dove field and worthy of the beauty of a shotgun. He kicks himself in the butt for not buying another that someone had bored the chambers to 3". It made the rounds at various auctions that no one would touch until it finally sold for $7800. It would have made a composed pair with his other one. Gil