is it a sign of the times? seems the guns in the spotlight even amongst seasoned clay shooters these days is newer guns. anyone see a slower trend of older vintage guns being sold or shot on the trap/skeet range? i dont see many model 12's, superposed, ithacas, parkers, 32's, m37's, or the likes gracing the ranges. im thinking the younger crowd doesnt even know of these historic and fabulous guns. appears to me the europeans have cornered the american market.