Well, after sending it in on 13 January, my little Mossberg Silver Reserve should finally appear at High Mountain Hunting Supply in Wenatchee tomorrow sometime!! Two months and change while they repaired-hopefully-the barrel selector function. I found-on a brand new gun-if I switched barrels, there was no second shot! Which leads me to a thought: Double triggers are quicker, and unless you're shooting 5-stand or sporting clays, you don't need removable chokes on a two-barrel gun. Single barrel, yes, but double? Not necessary, and here's my thoughts on it; Assume you're hunting upland with your double, and your dog flushes a bird at 25 yards-a hen pheasant-and a rooster flushes at 35 yards in a sympathy flush: Do you think you'll actually have time to change the barrel selector and still take the shot? Orrrrr.... is it quicker to simply slide your finger back and yank the second trigger? Choke-wise, I'd put in a cylinder choke on the right tube, and if shooting lead, an extra-full on number two. Mind you, I'm shooting a 28bore with 2.5 inch shells; if it were a 20, with 2.75in shells, I might go with an IM on the second tube. Anyone have a thought on this??