I am not bashing anyone, or any company. Just want to point out that while some may endorse and be happy with a " great kit" and I'm sure what ends up as a nice gun.....I have seen many inappropriate parts
re historical accuracy, included with " Fowlers" Rifle type buttplates for one, since they are generally easier to install. If you want a gun that shoots and looks nice that is one thing . If you want a true fowling gun, as per the 18th C period, your choice is reduced as far as who will provide a kit.
I could list those I know of, but I'll save that for another thread.