Fausti Class Over/Under Tribute

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posted on August 2, 2010
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Italian gun makers are notorious for fine craftsmanship, attention to detail and state-of-the-art manufacturing; the Fausti Over/Under Class is no exception.

The Class is offered in 12 and 20 gauge and features automatic ejectors, metallic bead, single selectable trigger, 14-3/8" length of pull and a timeless walnut oil-polished stock. Both 12 and 20 gauge are offered with 30", 28" or 26" barrel. The 12 gauge model weighs 7.3 pounds and the 20 gauge weighs a modest 6.4 pounds, making the Class light and responsive.

Every detail of the Class is carefully considered for the perfect wood-to-metal fit. The Class has a Prince of Wales style stock, with a 2" drop at heel and 1-3/4" drop at comb. The Class' receiver is precision laser-engraved with flushing quail. The Class retails at $2,449 and is the ideal companion for a field hunt.

For more information, go to faustiusa.com.

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