Aaron, I just talked to a friend who is in the market for a new gun actually for sporting clays. However, the past history of those guns fan-firing is still hurting you. I see that you advertise an update to the old trigger that includes an interceptor to prevent that. The problem you have is that upgrade was years overdue leaving many of us including many of my friends extremely frustrated. I really liked mine when I had it very very much and hated to take the financial hit to sell it but it could not be fixed since it was the trigger design and not my actual trigger itself. Other than that issue, I had excellent service. Focus maybe even more on letting all know that the triggers are bulletproof. They are soft shooting strong guns.