Same one, 9+1 and cool scales on the stock.
same for our family .... 3 11-87's and 1 1100, all 12 ga .... have had all of them for pushing 40 years and they do well .... the 11-87's have fired 10's of thousands of rounds shooting skeet and are actively used in hunting birds and deer .... if buying today, would probably go with Remington's Versa Max .... also have a 20 ga pump, a 12 ga over and under (Ruger Red Label), a 16 ga side by side (Fox Model B) .... when we go to the vault to take out a shotgun, the 11-87 is selected the vast majority of the timeRemington 1100s and 1187s for years.
I can't say anything about an Affinity, but I can about Franchi in general. I own two semi auto shotguns, a 20 and a 12, both Franchi's that were bought back in the 70s. Love those guns. One of the most well made semis out there in my opinion. Dead reliable and handle very wellNot yet but I'm drooling over a Franchi Affinity 20 gauge with the wood stock. Fits me like a glove and very light. Anybody have any experience with one of those please let me know how it works for you.
My dad has one (not the light model) but made in Belgium ... I have hunted deer with it and I love the gun. Gets a bit heavy after being on your arm all day in the field.I've got a Browning Lite 12 my wife gave me for Christmas after returning from Vietnam in the 60's. Beautiful gun; they don't make guns or do bluing like this anymore. It was made in Belgium and she got it from Sears. Used to hunt a lot with it but it now a safe queen; never to be sold.