Speaking of single triggers, I wanted a gun with double triggers. I've been hunting with an Marlin era Elsie in 16 gauge for many years, and it has a single trigger. I think I would prefer the option of picking a barrel with a different trigger depending on the range of the bird. It's a little weird for me because I shoot off the left shoulder and the triggers on the double are made for a right handed shooter, but I can manage. I once had an Ithaca Flues in 20 gauge that had double triggers and I was able to get used to "reaching" across to the right trigger with my left hand.
Anyway, thank you. I'm going for pheasant and quail this weekend in central Washington state, and I may take this long just to see how those 32" barrels carry. Right now they feel a bit like the guns on the USS Iowa.