Got one last Friday, my only other shotgun is an semi-auto Benelli Super 90 in 20 ga.
This one is a 20 ga. also, I like twenties, it has the receiver that looks case hardened. The model is the Woodcock Deluxe.
Took it out Sunday to shoot at some clays, only shot clays before as targets with rimfires, I was hitting about 75% which I think was good for me. The action is very tight, no change after 60 rounds thru it, and it got pretty warm.
The weight is in the receiver and the balance point is just in front of the receiver. The gun mounts and balances good for me, it has a natural point of aim at about 35 yards, where I hit all the clays.
$631 at Whittaker Guns ( my favorite store) and I believe it is a good gun and worth the money.
For those that care the wood looks good and has a traditional oil look finish.
The Benelli is nice and so is the price but I may be getting to like this O/U a touch better.