I never got into wing shooting or much bird hunting. What makes a side by side a “bird gun” as I have read the straight English stocks on some double trigger guns get called this. Like the CZ Bobwhite G2 I’m interested in alongside their Coach style shotguns: The CZ Bobwhite G2 has features over the coach that appeals to me even more. This includes double triggers (cool) and even has chokes. Barrels are longer of course but seems like a more versatile setup. But is this shotgun just a “bird gun” or could it be used for squirrel and rabbits too? What about even deer hunting with buckshot if you pattern it? Occasional backyard clays? Blowing up soda cans? Basically could the above shotgun be a “general purpose” gun or are there attributes or stock geometry etc. that would pin it only to upland hunting and it would be poor for anything else? I just never got into the intricacies of these type guns before and would like to know more. I have shot side by sides in the past such as the Browning BSS and love the old fashioned style and shooting experience. I just don’t want to accidently buy one that is tailored for one dedicated use. Thank you for any help.