Look up the Marlin shotgun with the same model number.
Answer the glenfield by marlin is compatible with marlin 120 12ga barrels are available for the 120 the only difference is the stocks wich are also interchangable the 120 is higher quality I love my glenfieldThat model is obsolete and you are not going to find a slug barrel. If you must use slugs, you can have the existing barrel modified to accept interchangeable choke tubes and use a rifled tube when shooting slugs.
I am also looking for an owners manual and I was told that S&W bought the Noble company and the Model 60 became the S&W Model 916. I don't know how valid this information is, but I did call S&W and they are sending me an old manual for the 916. I'll jusst have to wait & see if it is the same or not.
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