1. The adjustable chokes, what style are they (I assume they are not the invector style) and where can I find them (I have one Full, Mod. and Skeet)
They must be an "after market" tube system because the Citori's were first fitted with Invectors in 1984. My Citori Grade I Trap was made in 1984 and has the old style short Invectors.
It is hard to say what kind on tubes are in your gun without seeing them.
I just aquired a 1975 Citori 12 ga, 30" looks like a field grade (grade 1?) due to the lack of engraving.
The very early Citori's did not have engraving. One of our club members has a trap version from the 70's and it is not engraved.
This seems like a cheeper gun than I have seen listed before. Is there a drastic price drop for the pre-1976 Citori?
Parts for the older Citori's differ from the current production and this may enter into the picture when it comes to price.
Midwest has parts for these guns, should the need arise, they also have some info on your gun;http://www.midwestgunworks.com/merchant ... e=C-013-04
This is my first o/u and my first post here. I look forward to shooting this weekend and for years to come.
Welcome to the forum and enjoy that new (to you) Citori