I think I'm finally ready to get my first shotgun and I'm looking for some recommendations. Since I can only afford one shotgun right now, I'm looking for something I can use as a multi purpose gun. Firstly, I think the immediate usage is likely to be for killing clays, both trap and skeet, but after I get a bit better I'd like to do sporting clays too. Also, it will be used for small game hunting (rabbits, squirrels, etc) as well as getting back into bird hunting (quail, dove, pheasant, etc). So I think a swappable choke system is required for the varied use it will see. I have decided I want to go semi-auto, so please no 870 or 500/590 comments. I know how great those guns are, but I've decided against pump. So now this is the kicker, I would really prefer to go with a gun made in the USA if at all possible. I think the first name most people think of when thinking of auto shotguns is likely Benelli, but is there an American made gun that could be of comparable quality? As a comparison, in the plastic pistol space, Glock is the beast, but the most people would say the M&P line is a fantastic competitor. If there isn't a top notch USA gun, i'll buy an import, but prefer not to if not necessary. Summary requirements - semi-auto - ultra reliable - very flexible (swappable choke system) - made in USA (highly desired, but not absolute requirement) I appreciate any recommendations you have.