My wife has done it again. Under the tree I found a new toy, a Browning BPS Hunter 12 gauge. Here's the thing, I know very little about shotguns. What I do know: Browning has a habit of making pretty good to excellent shotguns. Just putting it together and messing with it, it feels substantial and well executed. It's a very good looking piece. Nice bluing and good looking wood with very nice checkering. I have yet to take any of my own pictures, but here's one from the maker for the time being: Anyway, I'm looking for some info from people who know their shotguns. Overall usefulness and quality? Issues? Things that require care or caution? Is this type/model appropriate for Trap, Skeet or other shotgun games? While I know that it's by no means a "tactical" shotgun, can I get a short barrel that would be more appropriate to the HD task? Thanks in advance.