Ford or Chevy? Honestly, the Browning and Beretta shotguns are going to be 6 of one and half a dozen of the other. Shoulder both of them and see what feels best, then buy it. That's really the only advice that can be given.
The above posts tretty much say it all, I prefer the Browning as I feel it has a better lockup system, whereas Berreta's can wear out faster. Not that that is a problem as the Berreta's will shoot many thousands before needing a tune up
Both are excellent for the money. You just have to find which one feels right for you. No matter how nice it is to look at, if it doesn't feel right in your hands or in your shoulder, don't get it. Beretta and Browning are both top rung quality companies, and either beauty will do you right for a lifetime with the proper maintenance....plain and simple.
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