I was at the local gunshop today, picking up another snubby and I was keeping an eye out for my Christmas present for myself..... Well, I've always wanted a Browning auto shotgun... Anyway, sitting on the rack is a Browning 2000, 12Ga., fixed choke(**- I think that's I.C.) vent rib. It's in honest V.G. condition, nice wood. stamped on the barrel is "Made in Belgium, Assembled in Portugal". I'd like to find out if it is a decent gun. Are these guns extremely ammo sensitive or do they just have some general preferences? Anyway, if they are good sound guns, I'm definately gonna lay out the $200 and take it home, unless that price is too far out of line..... Any advice would be appreciated.