Gun Names I have been told that officially it's called a "12 gauge Browning Superposed with double single triggers - cir.1929."That's quite a mouthful, agree?So with that being said, and in knowing how every proper shotgun should have a proper name, I went ahead and named this one "Gorgeous."It wouldn't be the first time that I named a shotgun and I'm thinking it'll stick just like the others did.My very first shotgun was a classic over/under, a 12 gauge Remington Model 32. My twelve year old self thought "Sweet Lips" was spot on and over the years, it has proven to be just that. My teenage son commandeered it a few seasons ago and I'm good with that as he loves it as much as I did when I was his age.And then along came "Opportunity." I have no idea as to why I gave my cousin's Wingmaster that name, it seemed to fit and he thought so too. And so it stuck. "Pops" was my father's Winchester Model 12... self explanatory. It's a solid shooting pump gun, sporting a full choke which works well when fine tuning myself at the range. "Honker" and "Rooster" refer to another 870. Interchangeable names for whatever I happen to be hunting.It's all so silly.