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Anybody ever heard of a Cortona shotgun???

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by CalvinMD, Jan 14, 2008.

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  1. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    I just saw a TV ad on the Outdoor channel...I've never heard of one..any good??
     
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    Calvin,

    I saw that too, on the dog competitions. Looks like a collaborateve effort bewteen Kalispel Case Line and F.A.I.R (Fabrique Armes Issadoro Rizzini)
     
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    Google is your friend.
     
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    Cortona/Verona, both FAIR-made shotgun. Also try Savage Milano also a FAIR-made gun. I have not handled the Cortona or Milano, but have a 692 Verona. Nice gun works well and shots where I point it. It appears to me that the Milano has lower cosmetics -- wood, engraving, etc. -- than the Verona and the Cortona has higher cosmetics.
     
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    Thanks guys...I was thinking that by the looks of the action( what I saw so briefly) that maybe Caeser Gerinni was introducing a lower cost line of guns just for hunters, ..because the engine turning on the sides of the monobloc seems to be trademark feature of all their guns
     
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