Fausti 28 Bore Review by Mike Yardley





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Published on May 14, 2013

Mike Yardley's Positive Shooting TV is starting gun testing with this Fausti 28 bore
Made possible by our great location, Firle Place - http://www.firle-shooting.com/firle/
and guns provided by Chris Potter Country Sports - http://www.gun.co.uk/

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Tech Specs

Make: Fausti
Model: 28 bore side-plate deluxe
Action Type: Modified Anson and Deeley (forgot this in the clip)
Barrels: 30" monobloc
Rib: Flat file cut
Chokes: Fixed (Sorry for the error in the video)
Trigger: Single - Inertia operated
Stock: Straight grip with stock bolt
Weight: 5lbs 3oz

The Fausti is built on a beautifully scaled down action with longer barrels than the norm in this guage. A straight English style grip is combined with a subtle beaver-tail forend. The trigger is inertia operated. The butt is attached to the action by means of a stock bolt. It is ultra light but still controllable with a flat file cut rib, 30" barrels and good stock shapes.


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