The requirements to be called vintage are a "moving target" depending on the item. Furniture: 50-100 years (older than 100 is an antique). Clothing: anything older than 20. I've seen literature that state vintage guns are those produced prior to 1898. Some vintage shoots only require SxS/pump field models to qualify. The reason I ask...I own a "51 Superposed (older than me!) and a '67 Superposed. No longer widely manufactured but available as a custom. Does that qualify them as being vintage? Would a friendly club shoot using guns older than 50 (or 60 or 70) qualify as a vintage shoot? Opinions and your experiences sought!