After splitting the stock in my AL390, I've looked at new guns and I'm disappointed. The mainstream companies seem to be Remington, Ruger, Browning, Beretta. Remington's new products do not appeal to me, I grew up on their older products. No more Beretta's after splitting a buttstock on a 7 year old gun. Browning is offering up the Cynergy with the tried, true and heavy traditional guns; but, way pricey. Ruger, I'm luke warm about. I own two shotguns, a 7 year old AL390 and a 37 year old Wingmaster. Not sure I can improve on what used to be. The radical changes and priciness have turned me off. I really expected to be impressed. Guess I can look at used guns, I seem to like the not too old, not too new and not too expensive. If I spent the money for a pricey new shotgun, I wouldn't feel like I got what I paid for. Just my impression of the new gun market. Beretta warrants my wood for 1 year, guess I'll fix it out of my pocket and keep using it.