Picked up a Yildiz 20ga o/u. I'd wanted one for a long while, but was being a good boy and not spending money on guns I'll use about 4 times a year. ...too many guns I'll use about 4 times a year.
But I'd been thinking of building a rifle/shotgun takedown case for dad, to put his two most commonly used guns (Yildiz 20ga o/u, Henry .44mag single-shot) in. While poking around, I found two things: Yildiz has a black-finished receiver now (dad's is in the white, and while it looks good it's just not my taste), and the local Academy had the only one in a couple hundred miles.
So I went and bought it. The Academy guys said they were getting a trickle of the Yildiz, and they sell pretty quickly. Based on dad's and internet reports, while they're maybe not up to Citori or such levels they're good-quality guns; most complaints are people that shoot skeet regularly, and so probably shoot more in a year than I have period.
I think like it. The stock's nice, reeks of linseed oil, and isn't finished to the Nth degree; but it's pretty, fits well, and the more I look at it the more I like the low-gloss metal with low-gloss wood. It's about half the weight of my 20ga BPS, much less my 12ga 11-87, but actually has longer barrels than either. The only thing I wish is that it had more climb to the stock; with a comfortable cheek weld, I can still see the rib; I'll decide later what--if anything--to do about that.
Maybe next weekend I'll see about running out to the range and see if they'll let me pattern it. Maybe try a round or two of skeet, if I can get someone to come with.