Those are excellent guns, all steel, very heavy but high quality. Yours is in nice shape, of course, someone cut the barrel shorter. Most were 30 inch Full Choke originally. The early guns had the A prefix serial number. Later production had flat sided receiver (not wider at front and back as yours is). Same gun is the Glenfield 788, but with a birch stock. I doubt you will ever need any spare parts, they are made that heavy-duty.
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