Gabagool wrote:Nah. Do you have a condor, Clyde? Which one? I want something more betterer
It really think it depends on the whole picture/scope you really want. In the price range you specified your options are very limited especially right now. A couple of years ago, you might've been able to find a good used browning/beretta in that range if you got really lucky. Right now, good luck on that, you're settling for a beat up POS, bottom model, or a really old gun you probably would have to shoot bismuth through for waterfowl.
My best advice would be to keep saving your money to that 12-1500 range and get a b-gun. Personally for waterfowling I would get a browning, I'm not afraid of beating them to death. I prefer beretta's for upland as they are quicker handling guns with much better balance than your typical citori. In 20 gauge they are fairly similar though, in 12 gauge the berettas handle way better IMO. Could be that my berettas are much higher grade guns than the brownings I own too.