I agree with bullet, my cheeper gun, has less quality metals and moving parts. A beretta has much higher quality steel, and just loading a shell in it you can tell that the moving parts are better.
Frazier, i have the Field hunter, in hardwoods. They have excellent customer service. But lets face it customer service doesn't kill ducks. I want my customer service to be like the "maytag man". you never have to use him, but you know he is there. Another thing i don't like about this gun is that when loading shells, they tell you to put two shells in the bottom, pull the bolt back and this loads one of the shells you put in the bottom. then put a third shell in the bottom. If you put one shell in the top and close the bolt, then put two shells in the bottom. The gun will not shoot the 2nd shell. It is just an inconvenients.
.....you've got to ask yourself a question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?
Die' en ain't much of a livin' son.