Nova 12 gauge 24" in Max Hardwood. I like it because it was cheap, it is very reliable, durable, and chambers all sizes of 12G. Recoil is a wee bit stiff, though.
Is it accurate? From the little I've read the guns that are chambered for the 3 1/2 inch shells have trouble with the 2 3/4 and 3 inch stuff. Or maybe it's just Mossbergs. I had a 24" Mossberg 835 Utli-Mag on layaway, and found out it was primarily a turkey gun and had problems with groups with the 3 and 2 3/4 inch shells. From what I read it was very accurate with the magnum shell but hurt the shooter just a bit less than the bird.
I have one of the Charle Daly pumps and so far I have had no problems using 2 3/4 or 3 inch shells. I have put through all sorts of loads from light bird shot to 000 buck to slugs and no problems yet. Mainly got it for a camp/truck gun. If I get another pump then it will be a Remmy 870 due to the amount of accessories that are available for it.