I have been told that I should get a new gun for my 60th birthday in July.
I think the idea is to get one while I can enjoy it.
I have a post 2000 BT-99 Grade I Adjustable and a "mint, low-mileage" 1984 mfg Citori Grade I Trap. In addition, I have a few Remington 870 and an 1100, all target grades.
In all the places I have lived and shot in the past 40 years, trap singles are the main activity. However, I have also thought about the versatility of an o/u for any future opportunities (I am old enough to remember when a lot of people shot, single, caps and doubles with one o/u).
I like the handling of the BT, though and wonder if the GraCoil on the Golden Clays will be noticeably more comfortable to shoot, as far as felt recoils goes, than the BT-99 Grade I