#SundayGunday: Fabarm Autumn

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posted on January 30, 2022

This week, we’re taking a closer look at the Fabarm Autumn. An elegant Italian side-by-side with American styling, the gun boasts a straight-comb stock made from hand-oiled deluxe Turkish walnut. Its boxlock action is machined from solid billet, boasting auto ejectors, interceptor sears, and beautiful color case hardening with scroll engraving. The 28-inch Tribore barrels are overbored at the forcing cone to reduce recoil. Learn more about this stylish performer in the video embedded above, hosted by Senior Executive Editor Jon Draper, and Digital Associate Editor David Herman. MSRP: $4,425; fabarmusa.com.

Fabarm Autumn on White

For more #SundayGunday, check out our playlist on YouTube, where all previous episodes are archived. 

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