I visited a shop with my brother this past weekend to inspect an 67 browning superposed lightning which he claimed was in great shape and available for ~1600. I'm a pretty scrupulous person and the gun was indeed in outstanding shape. Can't believe that urethane was so fresh after so many years. And no worries regarding salt wood, no signs of rust or pitting anywhere. He bought the gun and life goes on. ... Except this shop also had a pristine condition miroku browning BSS box-lock pistol grip in 20g for $1500. I cannot emphasize how new this gun appeared, looks like it's never seen more than a box of shells. I didn't even know these existed and have been reading about them since the weekend. They're supposedly indestructible, and gaining value, this example being undervalued. My question for you aficionados is this... Would you or wouldn't you buy this browning BSS? I don't need it, but I do want it, and it would see justifiable use.