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For a century, gun designers both great and obscure have struggled with an ever-expanding array of autoloading systems for shotguns. Long recoil operation was succeeded by short recoil. Long-stroke gas pistons coexisted with short-stroke designs. All suffered the same problem. It was difficult to make one system work perfectly with everything from target loads to the heaviest magnums. Hunters were burdened by adjustable gas valves, o-rings, and complex mechanisms that were hard to understand and keep clean. The answer was not found in making the design more elaborate, but more simple.