Seriously though, of all the different turkey guns I've used, and its been a bunch, I think I like this new Turkish-made Mossberg the best, simply because it puts a whole lot of desirables together: It's a rugged little gun with that weighs only 6-1/4 pounds and doesn't pound your shoulder; with a synthetic, camo stock and matte blue finish it doesn't throw any glare; it comes with a rail for scope mounting, good fiber-optic sights, and a turkey choke; and like Phil says, with 3-inch Heavyweight 6s or 7s, it's a 50 yards gun. I just took it to the Pine Ridge region of northwestern Nebraska a couple weeks ago, where we logged several miles a day in hilly terrain. It was a breeze to carry. It also handled very quickly when it came to sneaking up and quickly shooting a couple of troublesome, uncooperative toms. Also it costs under $600, which I like because I'm cheap. All in all, it's a great little everyday gobbler gun.