I bought the 20 gauge model this summer. It's a great shooting gun and light. The only problem I've had is if the selector switch is set to the left (upper barrel fires first), both barrels fire. This is not the case when it is set to the right. The other nice thing about this gun is all warranty work (if needed) is done by Briley in Houston.
BTW, be sure to look at the wood for the stock. On some of the 12 gauge models I looked at the grain pattern looked like it could break easily. :thumbsup:
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