Beretta made its already great 390 auto even better and dubbed it the 391 Urika. The 391 handles beautifully, thanks to its slimmed-down forearm and light (under 7 pounds in 12-gauge) weight. Inside, the Urika is simple, soft-shooting, and reliable. A recoil damper in the receiver eases stress on internal parts as well as on your shoulder. Our test gun has cycled 1,025 rounds and counting without cleaning or a single malfunction. Capable of shooting all loads from 7/8 ounce target ammo to 2-ounce turkey magnums, the Urika is everything you want in an autoloader in a lightweight, highly shootable package. Prices begin at $960.