Hi All - I will admit that I am not an active gun guy. I do fully support the 2nd amendment and the right of every American to own whatever gun they choose. I have a double barrel shotgun that I inherited from my father that I am seeking information about. Unfortunately. he died when I was 12 so I didn't get the opportunity to get the information directly from him. The gun is a 2 gauge labeled Stevens A & T Co. Chicopee, Mass. U S.A. A third line is undecipherable due to wear from the shooter's hand. The gun has side hammers which must be manually cocked and double triggers, one for each barrel. The breech to barrel end length is 32 inches. Serial number on all parts is 39307. The fore grip has inked checkering. I'm looking for vintage and a source for a replacement butt plate for the stock as the original is missing. I recall the original had a rubber recoil pad, at least by the time I became familiar with the shotgun. My research has led me to believe this is a model 235. I also need one firing pin to bring this back to looking complete. I have no real interest in firing this gun, but would like to get it back to as close to original as I can. Thanks for what ever you can tell me about this gun.