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Fausti Albion LX NWTF Ed. Shotgun

Item # UF101530238

Key Features

  • Action - Over Under

  • Gauge - 12 Ga.

  • Chamber - 2-3/4" & 3"

  • Barrel Length - 28"

  • Weight - 7.6 Lbs.

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Product Description
Reliable Italian made Fausti shotguns are constructed with the same high-quality materials that you'll normally find on guns with a much higher price tag. The wood and engraving on Fausti's Albion are immaculate as Fausti shooters have come to expect. The oil-polished walnut stock is outfitted with a rubber recoil pad and is finely checkered. The blued barrels are 28-inches long and have a ventilated rib while the 3-inch chambers are equipped with automatic ejectors. The Albion has a single, selective gold trigger and comes with five interchangeable choke tubes. The barrel selector is integrated with the tang-mounted safety for easy acces. This Nation Wild Turkey Federation gun of the year is engraved with the NWTF logo and features a gold-plated, trigger, automatic ejectors, and a bead front sight. Its wood is in very good condition and its metal and bore are in excellent condition.

Model Albion LX NWTF Ed.
Type Shotgun
Action Over Under
Gauge 12 Ga.
Chamber 2-3/4" & 3"
Barrel Length 28"
Weight 7.6 Lbs.
Sights Front Bead
Finish : Stock & Forearm Wood
Finish : Barrel & Receiver Blued/Silver Nitride
Choke Screw-In Full/Modified
Safety Tang-Mounted
Capacity 2
Stock Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Excellent
Bore Condition Excellent
Length of Pull 14-1/2"
Drop at Heel 2-1/8"
Date of Manf. 2000-2011

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