I found this particular LCS for sale and it was stamped as a WILD FOWL. After sending the info to Jim Stubbendieck I found out that it was not recorded in the ledgers as a LRWF. The stamping on the barrel lug did not look right and it was made in 1921.. Still, I liked the looks and did some more digging and found out that it was restored at some point and I even found a letter from the Cody Firearms Research department which I have attached. The letter states it is a Specialty "E Grade" with a Trap Package. I have never heard the "E Grade" terminology before and wondered if that term was just the researchers writing and that the "E grade" simply meant it was an ejector gun? (RE41553).
I checked the records for this serial number. It was recorded as a 12 gauge Specialty Grade with 32-inch barrels. It was finished in 1921. It was recorded as having a BT and an OT. This means that it has a beavertail forend and a one-trigger. Most of the time only a B and an O would have been recorded. The two Ts had nothing to do with a "trap package" but were misinterpreted at the Cody Firearms Museum.