Good afternoon, Looking at an A5-Sweet Sixteen. My problem is that I can't decide whether to get a new one, or find an older Jap/Belgium model. Both can be had for around the same price, if not less $ for the older models. This will primarily be an upland gun, but that doesn't mean I'm not going to take it a few times a year into the duck blind as well. In Iowa I can find anything from teal to Canada's on any given hunt that I'd bring this gun, and would like to make sure I've got enough firepower so I'd cook up some non-tox loads most likely. I wouldn't be able to duplex any steel into the older model guns, and the older ones are fixed choke-I have no idea how the bismuth or other heavier than steel loads would pattern in a fixed choke gun. The newer A5 S.S. just looks/feels cheap to me, and I've heard of some issues with the stock breaking (this is heresay and could be a non-issue, that's why they have a nice warranty). If you could only buy one-which would you go with, and why?