Nearly identical to the popular CZ Drake, what sets the Quail apart is a slightly shorter length of pull that makes it more comfortable to carry and shoot for youth shooters and hunters. The mid-rib delete trims a noticeable amount of weight from the muzzle end of this over/under, making it easier to shoulder and swing. The Quail comes in at the same great price point as the Drake, making it a much more attainable investment than most similarly-equipped youth shotguns. Once broken in a bit, extractor guns tend to be substantially easier to open than their ejector counterparts, and this gun is no exception. A single extractor lifts spent shells from the chambers, and the shotgun ships with five interchangeable choke tubes. Built to last a lifetime, stocks are from Turkish walnut and the black chrome finish provides substantial corrosion resistance – night and day better than a blued gun.