The 12 gauge models are available now, with 20s to follow in 2014. Except for some cosmetic differences, the Red Label looks very much as it always has. The side ribs between the barrels, which used to be owner-removable, are now gone. The big news is, the barrels are lighter by a few ounces for better handling, and the price has dropped $400. Ruger engineers went through the gun simplifying and in some cases eliminating parts to make the gun less expensive to produce. I have had a chance to shoot targets and hunt pheasants with the Red Label and will report on it in the magazine early next year.