Just an observation. The trigger in this gun has a "set back blade". Many of us shooters like the feel of the blade in the first joint of the index finger and usually a switch out of a standard position blade is about $100 bucks. Maybe I'm off on that as I have never done it, rather just heard gunsmith talk re the item. Nice gun with modern wood, the desirable soft comb and likely shot little. If you want a high rib unsingle, this gun will match up with any on the market. I like it. And fairly priced too.
For those that are curious about how the rubber comb feels on your face, in colder weather it is quite tacky on your cheek. If your cheek is loose at all the comb tends to "bite" you. Stay in it securely and there is no sensation. Am waiting for warmer weather to give one a honest try. And they seem to have a slightly thinner radius than a traditional Perazzi comb. Slightly.