Last month, I picked up a Steven 350 and looked at it for a min. It dawned on me that this was a good copy of the old Ithica 37 I shot early in my life.
I bought it and finally got to range it. It is a 12 gauge, pump action with fully adjustable ghost rear sights and a green fiber, fin protected front.
I ran a few light bird load through it and it functioned quite well and smooth. I moved up to the heavy shot and I hardly noticed any more felt recoil.
Then I grabbed some slugs. I put everything at the zero line on the sights and started my fun. Every slug hit a 6" gong at 100 yrds. The recoil was still well in the comfortable range and the gun fired flawlessly.
It came with sling mounts, and a long cable lock. Box, and required paperwork.
Would I recommend it? Friday, I bought 3 more to teach with. http://www.galleryofguns.com/genie/Defa ... mp+Shotgun