I came up to see my parents this weekend and there was a gun show going on, so I stopped in before going to my parents. It's not a very big show by most standards maybe around 12-15 vendors, but there was a lot to look at. I made a couple of loops around the tables and found a model 37 .410. I own a 16 & 20 and kinda been on the lookout for a .410 and a 12. I was looking it over and it seems to be in decent shape the stock is solid with very little marks on it and the barrel looked good as well no rust and wasn't pitted at all, it was a little loose when I opened it, by holding it at the fore end and butt stock I could feel it was a little loose by rocking it back and forth. My other two shotguns do not do this and I was wondering if I should be concerned by this or if it is just part of normal wear and tear, the tag claimed it was pre 64 and I paid $190 for it. What do you guys think did I find a good deal or did I just give my money away. The dealer is a local person and the table he had was full of old Winchester rifles and boxes of old caliber ammo. This is the first .410 I have seen and he said they don't show up very often for sale and I tend to be an impulse shopper when I go to gun shows.