I have an I. Rizzini (F.A.I.R.) gun, imported by New England Arms. It's a model 500.
Stock is 14 5/8 lop to curved, hard plastic pad, 14.5 to end of wood. 2.25 DAH 1.25 DAC with a barely perceptible right hand cast, almost neutral. Relaxed Prince of Wales grip. It weighs 6lbs 2.5 ounces, has 28 inch barrels and a single, selectable trigger. It has interchangeable choke tubes and comes with cylinder and improved cylinder tubes.
This gun has been hunted and it has several small dings in the wood and a few shiny spots along the edges of the rib and barrels where bluing is worn.
The major flaw is on the left side of the action. It looks like it was put into a slightly damp gun case at some point. It has some discoloration and some micro pitting that is hard to photograph, but there nonetheless.
If you're looking for a hunting 16, you could shoot this gun for a lifetime and never even notice the imperfections. Slaughter Gunsmithing would convert this gun to double triggers for a very reasonable fee if you prefer it that way.
I'd like to get $1,600 shipped for this gun. I'll list in on the auction site over the weekend, but figured I'd give folks here first crack at it.
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