.410s are better suited to experts with the skill to shoot the little guns and the maturity to know when not to shoot them. That brings us to the lovely O/U in this picture. It's a Browning Cynergy Feather with an alloy receiver, a listed weight of 5 pounds and an "expert" price tag of $2500. This particular gun actually weighs closer to 6 pounds, but I think that makes it easier to shoot well. For such a dainty gun it was surprisingly easy to hit with on the skeet field. Light, but not too flighty. Like all Cynergies, it has very crisp trigger pulls. Aesthetically, I think the slender .410 barrels are a nice fit for the Cynergy's streamlined Euro-styling. And, it's a small thing, but I really like the top lever which is very comfortable to use. The Inflex recoil pad, which is mercifully cropped out of this picture, works but is hideous. Unlike traditional pads, it's shaped like the harp on a Guiness bottle.