Would a gun in the salt wood year range command a signifigantly lower price? I'm thinking of a trap gun project for next winter. I'd like to get a Browning Superposed trap gun w/ 32" barrels. I'm going to need to put a Wenig New American LH stock on it anyways, so if I could save a signifigant amount by buying a salt wood gun, all the better. Any thoughts on this project? it'll be at least october til I make any strides twd this project.