Produced from 1972 through 1986 by the Birmingham Small Arms Company in England, the CF2 was made with high-quality parts and precise construction. BSA's barrels have been recognized by shooters are being some of the best ever made. The CF2 action, a modified Mauser-style long action, was machined from a single billet of solid steel. The CF2 has a spring-loaded internal magazine with a hinged floor-plate and a fully adjustable trigger. The bolt has a two large locking lugs with a recessed face fully enclosing the cartridge rim. A large single extractor claw and a spring-loaded pin assist in cartridge ejection. This shotgun features a 24-inch heavy barrel, a 2-position safety, and a set of Weaver-style scope-mounting bases. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.