"Good" and"cheap", whether guns, or anything else,are rarely used in the same sentence.
What you may want to determine is your intended usage. If it is a few boxes a year for some hunting, an inexpensive gun may work for you. If you are starting into target shooting, that is something else entirely. Another aspect to give consideration to is the quality of the materials and the construction of the gun. Barrel convergence, swing dynamics, proper heat treatment, etc. are areas that have corners cut in cheaper guns
Last edited by BigD_in_FL; February 18, 2013 at 10:16 PM.