My first and so far only shotgun is a Mossberg 590a1. I like the ergos and location of the controls, and the idea was to pick up a general-purpose, reliable 12-guage, which it has proven to be so far. I have done a decent amount of informal clay pigeon shooting with it and enjoyed myself a lot. I want to emphasize that this is not competition - this is a few guys with hand-held and spring-loaded clay throwers having a good time. I am now interested in at least considering a more proper gun for clays, preferably an over-under. The 20" barrel on the Mossberg is great at short range but has no reach, so I'd like to find something with 28" barrels and perhaps modified choke. I was introduced to clays 20 years ago by a scoutmaster of mine; he had a Browning OU of some kind but I don't know the model. What I liked most about his gun was the ejectors; they popped the empties right over your shoulder when you opened the action. I've since fired a couple guns that didn't eject at all, so you had to pull the shells out every time. So - what brand/model of OU might I be able to get into for $7-800? Or is that just an unreasonable price? Doesn't have to be new - I'm a big believer in the used market. Any suggestions gratefully received.