Since my youth, I always wanted a Citori, but, as a poor southern-Illinois kid of no means, I could never afford one. A few months back, I came across this gun in a shop in Colorado and saw the name Miroku. I knew it was a Browning variant of sorts and picked it up. It looks and feels like it has never been fired. Its serial number starts with NP, which, I think, means manufactured in 1998. It’s choked Modified and Full, and it seems a bit heavy for a 20, but it’s solidly made, like an anvil. Being heavy for a 20 gauge, it shoots very well, and I’ll likely use it this year in Kansas for pheasants and quail.