Picked these two up on Gunbroker. A friend may buy one. I’m teaching her to shoot- handguns ,so far, shotgun and rifle within the next couple of weeks for familiarization. Then we’ll see where she wants to go. I’m encouraging them to move into some form of long gun, as I think that’s the weapon of decision. The unrest in the cities/ metro areas has some folks very concerned. She has a choice between the Model 67 and the blued Model 15. The Combat Masterpiece was built in 1955 per serial number and has an outstanding trigger! I haven’t check the 67, since it’s got the lock on it. The CM appears to have been REN waxed, but since I’ve never done that,I don’t know what it looks like. The double barrel is a Fox-Sterlingworth 16 gauge chocked IC and modified. She’s seen much use since being built in 1921. My Uncle Jack gave me this beauty several years ago. He’s 90. His uncle gave it to him. This gun has spent some time in the hills and ridges of SW Virginia. The buttstock says so!