There are few proven makes of shotguns for trap shooting. Why that is important is that most guns bought for hunting will not shoot a flat of shells in the owners lifetime. Go to a trap shoot and shoot for to six hundred shots on Saturday and Sunday. Heck 50 shots once a week adds up quick. Between the Spring league and summer league I will be in a thousand shots.I would really recommend that you save up more money and buy a better used shotgun. An older Browning would be a good choice. I understand money being tight. It took me a very long time to be able to buy a nice shotgun. The brands you mentioned will give you nothing but grief and a waste of money. I’ve owned cheap guns like those listed and they won’t work for trap shooting.
I haven't seen any Stoeger shotgun go 200 shots without breaking.
The thing to look for is proven to get thousands of shots before breaking and how well the vendors or gunsmiths are at getting them fixed. These things rule out the original posts list.