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|Chamber||3" - Extractors|
|Choke||Fixed - Modified /. Modified|
|Stock||Cut-checkered, Prince-of-Wales walnut|
|Stock Dimensions||LOP: 14-1/4", DAC: 1-1/2", DAH: 2-1/2"|
|Fore End||Splinter-type, cut-checkered walnut|
|Butt||Makers' logo black composition buttplate|
|Metal Condition||Case colored receiver has some minute contact marks and slight freckling but is in overall very good condition. Barrels show some slight freckling with thin areas of blue near the muzzle and bottom rib, but strong bluing overall|
|Wood Condition||Both stock and forend show light contact and use marks. The wood has been overcoated at some point in time.|
|Bore Condition||Both bores are bright with some minor leading near the choke areas|
|Manufacture Date||Italian date code of XIX indicates a manufacture date of 1963|
|Sights||Single brass bead|
|Gun Library||East Hartford, CT|
Description: This side by side Field Model boxlock was one of the "spec" guns made by the Rizzini brothers in collaboration with Rinaldo Zoli for the American market and was imported by Abercrombie & Fitch of New York City. It has a scalloped receiver and was awarded to the "D" Class Champion at the 1965 Abercrombie & Fitch sponsored Eastern States Singles Event according to the brass plate attached to the stock. The Zoli/Rizzini guns of that era were fine quality, but cannot be compared fairly with the current F.lli Rizzini guns which are individually hand-crafted to customer orders.
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