Designed as a less-costly version of the Superposed with the same quality of fit and materials, the Liege quickly won the hearts of the shotgun-buying public before being replaced by the Japanese-made Citori. Named for the city of its production, Liege, Belgium, the Liege lacks the Superposed's engraving, but has the same traditional European styling for hunters that want a classy shotgun without the unnecessary frills. Only produced from 1973 to 1975, the Liege is south after by hunters looking for a high-end classic at a low-end price. This features a 26-inch ventilated rib barrel with fixed improved modified and improved cylinder chokes. There are a few small dings on the left side of the shotgun's forearm. Over all, its wood, metal, and bore are in very good condition.