I bought some pistols 2 weeks ago and bought them "right" as I do a lot of trading.
I traded an Astra .380 even up for a Verona Sx 12 ga. with one tube only.
Over all I'd rate the Verona 95% and only that because it has a UGH; plastic stock.
It has been obviously maintained well and the full choke shoots really tight.
I have $250 bucks in the gun and hard case and the swivel magazine cap and rear sling stud.
It's a real light weight s.g. and I tore it down to give it a complete cleaning which it dod not need.
I shot some 1 1/8 oz . feild loads and the recoil was simply a kitten cat.
I'm sure with 3" or buckshot loads recoil will be greater.
The metal workmanship is excellent, no sharp edges to anything.
I've owned Remington 1100's and you had to be careful cleaning the gas rings and op rod extensions as they were sharp enough to easily cut skin.
Not so this Verona which was designed by Bernardelli of Italy and is well thought of as a gun manufacturer.
Mine it made in Turkey also but they know how to build a s.g. right and Remington outsources several models they sell to Turkey.
I'm buying an extra 26/12,v.r. barrel from CDNN myself to have cut down to 21.5 " and have threaded for Rem chokes as I have about 8 tubves for the Remington.
I like your guns, they look good and look like they are a joy to handle.