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I think the touchiest shooters are the ones that shoot the Kolars. One crack about a Wisconsin Mossberg and they're frothing at the mouth.
 

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"a gun on par with a Krieghoff for thousands less"........."getting in on the ground floor".............."Guerini has a very good reputation of having great service"............"Nope, don't have a problem with Guerini's......I'm starting to have a problem with the people that buy them though."


Hope you don't have a problem with me Tron as I have ordered a Guerini.You are helping people make a decision on this one.

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Sam
 

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What ! No drop out trigger ? They try to compare with P & K Guns , yet don't have the features.
Good Luck and God Bless, Bill Ivins
 

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Rottweil's were made in Germany I believe...I like the Guerini's...I wouldn't put it in the P&K class but at least as good as the Beretta...and I do know some shooters who still have some of the first of their guns that were imported and they truly are solid and reliable. And seeing how some folks that own SKB's have been treated, you wonder why the shooters of other slightly obscure brands get defensive...I think I know why ..think about it
 

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Well, I must be one of those Guerini zealots that Tron is talking about. No, it's not a Krieghoff or Kolar but it's very comparable to a Browning or Beretta, and I like it much better. I've had all three. Will the company survive in the next decade? Well, the world is full of upstart companies that had no chance of surviving but thrived because they have a good product and they take care of their customer. Did I mention that nobody makes me like my Guerini summit limited, I just do.

Why is it that so many Guerini owners are in love with their guns? Did you ever wonder that?

all the best,
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For a color ad they sure showed a cheap looking piece of wood on that gun! It looked more like Ruger or SKB wood! Gun doesn't look that bad, but if I was in the market, I would put my money on a major brand that I positively KNOW will be around and that I could parts for! With all the great guns around, I have no idea why someone would take a chance with that kind of money.
 

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I heard the owners of Caesar Guerini came from Zoli or Rizzini - the result of a family dispute - so they have a considerable background in the shotgun business.
 

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there are 3 different grades of the caesar guerini.they do have different styles of wood.i shot one at the florida state shoot and i liked it alot.i suposed to be getting mine this month.kory shissler
 
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