Not sure if this model is available in USA as it is manufactured by Browning in Belgium. A friend of mine recently purchased a Winchester Select Midnight that he believed was good value at $1400. He had problems with this gun and it did not shoot as well as he expected. So he asked me to try it, I shot well with the top barrel but with the bottom barrel I performed below my average. This was disconcerting, but I put it down to me not being used to this type of O/U gun? It was only later, that I decided to try a Laser Bore sighter and to my dismay I found that the bottom barrel was badly out of alignment, it was firing high and to the left of target, no wonder I scored poorly with it! At least I now know that it was the gun at fault and not my shooting ability. Another guy at our club had the same Winchester Select Midnight model , so I went to check his shotgun and his lower barrel was also out of alignment, but not by as much as my friends gun. We went back to the shop where he purchased this shotgun, and checked another Winchester Select Midnight that was in the racks and this also had the bottom barrel out of alignment. Other Winchester Select Field and Select Sporting shotguns in the rack had barrels that did align reasonably correctly. So I have to conclude that these shotguns had unfortunately been faulty from the manufacturing stage and so were really unfit for purpose. Both guns were returned to Browning in Belgium and they agreed the defect in manufacturing and a full credit note against the purchase of a new gun was given. Ever since this experience I have checked quite a few shotguns both O/U and S/S. About 20% were out of alignment and some of them were $5000 guns, anyone else experienced this.