Hey BigJim and Zippy, very helpful, thanks.
I was wondering if all guns were configured specifically for one purpose or another and wanted to get a feel for the pedigree of mine. I get that some guns are serious hunting instruments and others are all about sport competition and others are very expensive works of art while still others are multipurpose (like mine). Now, I might even be able to tell the differences.
I really am having fun with this. My first round of Trap, I hit three or four clays and was thinking maybe this gun is not a great fit but on my third and final round I was over fifteen and feeling pretty good about things. The guy in our group that was shooting best was a college kid with a short barreled pump action and was attacking the clays very early. I think his best round was twenty two.