I have had this model in a 30 in. barrel for about 6 mos. now. I bought it for sporting clays. I normally shoot Brownings for trap and have a Gold Sporting that I orig. started shooting sporting clays with. It's comb drop is a bit more than the Gold and I shoot the Gold a bit better but I'm still getting used to it. The blueing is not the strongest (have worn a few spots raw already) and the finish on some of the metal detail could have used a little more attention (especially for an Italian gun). BUT for $1136 out the door at Dick's in Columbus, Ohio it is a good gun! The trigger has some slop in it but so does (both) my Brownings. Bottom line, for the price I like it (it has nice wood on it) and I will continue to shoot it and get more used to it. It is still new to me and just doesn't have the feel of a good pair of jeans yet. Hope this helps.