I don't mean in general, but for a specific purpose. I'm looking at getting a secondary gun for trap shooting to loan to first-time shooters that is light and has low recoil. (The first-timers would be shooting at hand-tossed targets) I may occasionally use it myself with my own pigeon thrower for a challenge. I was looking at 20 gauges and noticed that a half-decent 28-gauge can be had for not a lot more money; a CZ pump 28-gauge is only $360 at CtD. I know the ammo is not cheap, but this gun would be used rarely enough that the cost isn't a big factor. Probably only a few boxes a year will be shot through it at most. But I'm worried that 28 gauge is just TOO small and light, and might throw patterns that are impossible to hit anything with except for someone much more experienced than anyone who might shoot this gun. So, anyone have any experience in this realm?