To back up a little, the F16 is actually the younger brother of the F3, which is one of the most advanced (and expensive) competition clay busters on the market. Even though the F16 is a spendy little number, it is about half the price of the F3. The game model I tested here has a $3,795 price tag, while the sporting model, which has some additional features, costs $4,195. Like the F3, the F16 is built in Germany. Currently the F16 is offered only in 12 gauge, though a 20 is in the works.