Right, due me being in effect a large child, I want everything all the time. This has resulted in me at various times wanting to add new air rifles then rifles to my wish lists, then promptly dismissing once the fad is over. However, i've thought about this properly, and now I have decided that what I need to do is in fact focus on my shotgun shooting as thats what I actually enjoy and have the means and contact to keep it up! So, I currently have a Beretta Ultralight De-Lux O/U which is lovely, and jolly good for driven shoots. However, I now feel the need to move towards a second gun that can do the following (not that my Beretta can't but since I can afford a second gun...) 1) Reliably and happily put steel shot through the barrel without fear of too much wear+tear 2) Use for wildfowling and hide Pigeon shooting - so reliable 3) Use for clay pigeon shooting 4) due to the different needs of the above two disciplines, the need for the weapon to reliably cycle smaller loads and bigger 3 1/2" cartridges 5) Being a mere baby OF-2 not be too horrendously expensive. I've looked about and decided on a Semi-auto as a good second gun for the previous to match my O/U So, could anyone give any suggestions? Hatsan Escort has got mixed reviews for all its value, would a second hand Benelli or Beretta or Winchester be a better bet? And if so, which one? PS - I couldn't stomach a camo bedecked gun. Synthetic maybe... Thanks in advance.