I used to have a nice Savage SXS 20ga. 18" one I got from Preacherman on the old THR 15 years back , but a daughter in law has it now . From top 10ga. Magnum 18 1/2" barreled , big bead sighted Spanish one from the early 80s. Very heavily breached and barreled. I filled the rib between barrels that was exposed when cut with lead. It handles those big 3.5 Buck and slug loads ok , for the few rounds I would and have used it for. It rolled a large feral dog who was tearing into my goats and sheep in the close to house pasture very nicely with 54 #4 buck at 30 yards one day 25 years back. I keep it up high, out of sight and ready for living room defense. Middle is a "little" 12 gauge Baikal Soviet Era beautiful Lupara , with 20" chromed barrels choked imp cylinder and modified ! it shoots buck, slugs and bird shot very well and I know how it patterns ! This gun could tell some stories! I bought it in from Canada because in those days Soviet import guns were banned.I had it from mid 70s and it still stands proud duty in my mancave. Killed a BUNCH of critters and scared off bad guys ! always ready and faithful, I found Col. Cooper kept a very similar one in his bedroom in the Sconce Bottom my beautiful and elegant Pedersoli 10 Ga. SXS percussion gun . Cut down from 32 " to 17" and VERY fun to shoot and hunts brush very well ! I used it during "special season" California Turkey hunts with good success.