I picked one of these up from a local store a couple of years ago (the price here is better, but not by a large enough amount to make me upset). This gun has functioned fine for my needs. So far I've used it for sporting clays and to shoot some fruit out in the desert. I have had a few issued with the extractors catching the shells instead of ejecting them, but I found that this was a problem with the way I was throwing the lever. It seems that the internals of this thing are decent, but a bit rough round the edges. They could probably be improved by polishing them to an extent(something I plan on doing once I have the time). Other than that it's a fun little shotgun to play around with. I wouldn't recommend it for hunting or someone who really cares about their score in trap or skeet, but if you want something unique to play with that won't break the bank then the PW87 isn't a bad choice.
One thing you should note is that due to the lever action this gun will only accept 2 3/4 inch shells. longer shells will not eject properly and could even get stuck. Just an advisory, the gun says the same thing on the barrel anyways.
Hope this helps you make a decision on this shotgun.