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BERTUZZI 12 BORE MODEL ORIONE BEST BOXLOCK - ABSOLUTE EXHIBITION WOOD - 30" CHOPPER LUMP BARRELS at IMP. CYL. & MOD. - 2003 - 99% CELTIC ENGRAVING COVERAGE - 6 Lbs. 9 Oz. - Double Triggers - Splinter Forend - Straight Stock at 14 13/16 x 1 7/16 x 2 1/4" - Overall a 94% Piece - Factory Leather Trunk with Accessories

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Shotgun Side by Side 12 Bore $26,000.00

#6073, F.lli Bertuzzi, Italy: A Bertuzzi Orione Best Quality Boxlock 12 Bore Round Action Ejector Game Gun Made in 2002 with an Absolute Exhibition Piece of Wood, 30" Chopper Lump barrels at 18.4mm = .727 .012 & .022" ( Imp.Cyl. & Mod.) 2 3/4" chambers, KG 1,330 weight barrels, Concave matted top rib, Double triggers with the front articulated, Rolled trigger guard edge for the right hand, Splinter forend with a frontal Anson release, Straight hand stock at 14 13/16 x 1 7/16 x 2 1/4" over a full face checkered butt, Very slight Cast-Off for the right hand, 6 lbs. 9 oz., 99% coverage of Celtic engraving by G. Ferraglio with a matte background, It has an Absolute Super Exhibition piece of European Walnut with excellent deep black/brown contrast, The original barrel blue at 97%, The stock and forend at 95%, The checkering at 100%, The frame finish at 95%, The barrels inside remain as new. This Bertuzzi Orione quality piece has 4 retaining screws on key screws on the frame. It is cased in the factory leather cornered leather trunk with a full set of accessories. Here is another Classic game gun, with the proper size action body with the correct weight, for 12 Bore gunning by one of the leading gunmaking firms in the world. This piece will remain a treasure forever.

Elio and Remigio Bertuzzi were the owners and entire workforce of the company that bore their name. They were the fourth generation of Bertuzzi's in the trade. They learned their skills alongside their father and grandfather, starting while still at school, and striking out on their own following the death of their grandfather in 1976. With no family to succeed them, they retired. There will never be another F.lli Bertuzzi game gun ever produced again.

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