A few years back (8), I ran across a S&W 916 pump gun in 12 gauge, with a modified choke 3" chamber barrel, at a garage sale. It was in fairly sorry condition (It looked like it had been left out in the rain a lot) but I got it cheap. I fixed it up so it looks presentable, and the only major thing I had to do was to machine a new firing pin. Fortunately, both pieces of the old broken firing pin were present, so I could make the necessary measurements. It's one of my favorite shotguns now, mainly because I like the "feel" of it, and I still use it for skeet and turkey occasionally. I've understood it was made by Noble, but is marked as an S&W. Can anyone provide a little historical background on the 916 or any other information, especially the Noble relationship? I've not seen another. I can't imagine it's worth much, if anything, but I still like it.