You may not mean "fit" as the term is frequently used in regards to shotguns, when it means that a gun physically "fits" an individual, when it automatically points where the shooter looks when mounted. I am guessing you mean fit in the sense that the gun is well suited to a new shooter, which is an extremely subjective question.
It depends on the shooter; their budget, how often they will be shooting, their expectations, if they know they will be shooting clays for years to come, and etcetera.
Generally, I think you should forget both of those guns. If budget is an issue, and it usually is, look at used semi aoutomatic in good condition.