A little review on my 10ga performance this season. Shot the SP-10 for every 10 out of eleven hunts. Shot 8-10 boxes of shells... sounds like a lot but I dust most of the cripples since I can usually tip them over at up to 65-70 yards if the head is up (thank you Terror. .720). No malfunctions whatsoever with it till last hunt and after getting set up and dog shook water in action at 14 degrees F. Froze up so bad I heated receiver with my zippo to get action open to unload. Shot the Browning after that. Browning Gold was used by a couple of buddies and me in last hunt. 5-6 boxes of shells and no malfunctions. Cleaned them both yesterday in a full strip down except stock removal. The SP-10 bolt carrier group is a bitch to get in and out. The nod goes the Browning for easier cleaning and ease of bolt buffer replacement. Remington Hypersonics are a little hard on the buffer... they have a little snap. All in all two great guns. I do shoot the SP-10 a little better for some reason. On the longer cripple shots on windy days you can see how far the wind drifts the pattern, it was a little surprising.