Well, Lookee Here! Browning has resurrected the A5, the old familar humpback shotgun that John Browing himself invented.
the Rifleman, it appears that Browning is after the Benelli fans. This is an inertia repeater, takes 2 3/4 or 3" shells and has a lot of neat features. It's available in the standard Browning glossy finish or the synthetic pictured above. It can also be bought in camo.
No, this ain't your grandad's A5, it's a thorougly modern version, and I haven't seen anything yet to lead me to believe that it's offered in anything but 12 gauge. Still, it's a cool-looking shotgun, immediately recognized by millions of shotgunners worldwide.
At an MSRP of between 1300-1500 USD, it ain't for everyone, but it might pique my interest if I didn't already have a bunch of shotguns.