The main difference between a Game gun compared to a Sporting gun, is overall weight and the height, or drop, of the stock. Game guns are lighter, they have thinner top ribs (normally 6mm) and often have fixed chokes (not interchangeable). This reduces weight, making the gun faster to swing. Extra drop in the stock, normally 20mm, serves to protect the shooters cheek from the heavier recoiling cartridges usually used in the field. Game guns are carried for extended periods and the nature of field shooting means you often have to take shots quickly. This is where you will appreciate the fast handling characteristics of a Miroku Game gun