Those used to be sold under their own name of Baikal.I understand that Remington bought the importing rights to them.Buying up the competition as it were.I have a Baikal SXS.I like it well enough but I don't claim to be a shotgunner so it's relative quality is lost on me.The wood to metal fit & finish is nice & even.The checkering is distinct w/no overruns or crushed areas.& the bluing is,while not spectacular,no worse than any other sub-$600 shottie I've held.Not a bad looking stock either.All in all its a "nice" gun.
If those are the Baikal shotguns, they are Russian-built, and built like a tank. Guys who shoot the high-end shotguns say they feel like a brick and swing like a flagpole. But for those who've never shot a $40,000 shotgun, they seem to like them fine. Supposed to be a good gun for the price. The "rabbit-eared" SxS have been showing up in cowboy matches.
Hold out for a good double 12. I bought a 30" Stevens double 12 a few years ago for $150 (cdn), polished the chamber and used it for 4 years in Cowboy Action shooting. With practice, it is amazing how quickly they can be reloaded and brought back into action.
Garand gave good advice, hold out for the double. Around here, the pawnshops are flooded with shotguns, many of them doubles which cost less than a new single does. Just inspect them and make sure the barrels aren't dimpled and they are straightm and the extractors/ejectors are in working order. It's hard to go wrong with a used shottie.