Overall I'm pleased with my 930SPX. A $600 semiautomatic shotgun was a good deal to me. Especially when I was considering other price points.
It's no beauty queen. It's a workhorse. The finish is matte and it can get scratched easily. However, it's a tool not a collectible stamp. I only care that it delivers its cargo to my intended target.
I chose regular stock over a pistol grip. Never used the pistol grip on a shotgun. My Navy quals were with a conventional pump shotgun.
Now that I have taken mine out a few times and I've gotten comfortable with mine, I've been very pleased. It shoots any type of ammo I've put into it: 1oz slug, 00, 7/8/4 shot. I like the sights - very high visibility.
The design is comfortable to shoot 00 buck rather well. The butt stock has a flexible rubber recoil damper. I've done rapid fire and slow fire with this. not a hiccup.
I like the trigger action. I like the placement of the safety. The mag release button is a perfect size. All I added to it was a sling.
I have two other shotguns coming next week from a trade, so I will have some guns to compare to it, soon:
Saiga 12 Tactical with quad rail, collapsible stock, 20/12/2x10 round mags
FN 12 gauge pump tactical: 8 shot
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US Navy Veteran, Commander, Medical Corps