I've had my 24" realtree camo 935 for about a year now, I bought it second hand from a guy who was having cycling trouble for a very healthy discount ($300.00 ). When I got it home I tore the gun apart (very simple), and cleaned everything with breakfree clp. I've shot about 100 3-1/2" turkey loads, 25 3-1/2" Buckshot loads, 100 3" turkey loads, and a box of winchester 3-1/2" steel through it with Zero problems. It will not cycle any 2-3/4" loads except 1-1/2oz magnums. All in all it has been a good gun for my needs which are basically predator calling and long range crow shooting. The only real change I'd like to see made to the gun is the magazine tube. The current setup is blued steel that loves to rust, they need to change to stainless, or the very least nickle plate the whole assembly. As far as the reports of discharges without the bolt being closed, I think that is a load of BS. These guns employ a link which blocks hammer travel (the same as the remington 1100) when the bolt is open; The hammer will fall, but it will not strike the firing pin.