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Franchi I-12 Shotgun

Item # UF103494303

Key Features

  • Action - Semi-Auto

  • Gauge - 12 Ga.

  • Chamber - 2-3/4" & 3"

  • Barrel Length - 30"

  • Weight - 6.8 Lbs.

Our Price   $899.99

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Product Description
The Franchi I-12 represents a new line of Franchi auto-loaders by incorporating a free-floating bolt with the Inertia-Driven System. Inertia-driven shotguns don't require bulky gas cylinders, valves, pistons, or hardware, giving the I-12 a slender, low-profile forend that fits the shooter's hand a comfortable grip. The I-12's specially-designed recoil pad incorporates a two-part system called the Twin Shock Absorber that allows 44-percent less recoil than the competition. This semi-automatic shotgun features a ported barrel, a red bar front sight, a ventilated rib, a cross-bolt safety, and an improved cylinder choke tube and comes with the original factory hard case. Its wood and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.
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Specifications
Model I-12
Type Shotgun
Action Semi-Auto
Gauge 12 Ga.
Chamber 2-3/4" & 3"
Barrel Length 30"
Weight 6.8 Lbs.
Sights Fiber-Optic Front
Finish : Stock & Forearm Wood
Finish : Barrel & Receiver Blued/Stainless Steel
Choke Screw-In Improved Cylinder
Safety Cross-Bolt
Capacity 4 + 1
Stock Condition Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Very Good
Length of Pull 14-1/2"

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