I went through a couple of Red Labels, I bought one as a Target gun for skeet competition, had it tubed with Kolar tube set, was running about 30k rounds a year, when I got around 50thousand shells through it I was having problems, it went back to Ruger twice. I really loved shooting that gun, but I went to Beretta after that for my competition gun and couldn't be more pleased. I also had the Red Label 28 gauge, loved it, but after maybe 1000 rounds started having troubles with the triggers and selectors. I traded to a gun shop and told them it had occasional problems not firing. They wanted it pretty bad and gave me $400 more than I had paid for it for trade in. From what I hear Ruger shotguns will have problems average wise after about 10,000 rounds through them, some more some way less, I had some pictures of some of the internals in my guns that were deformed and peaned like the metal wasn't tempered right and too soft to hold up.