Art of the Gun: Cesar Guerini Summit Limited

When it comes to gorgeous guns, I think shotguns typically take the prize. Not that handguns and rifles can’t be aesthetic, they surely are, but the craftsmanship that goes in a high-quality shotgun just makes you wish you had millions of dollars to spend. That’s why I drooled so much over this week’s Art of the Gun. The Cesar Guerini Summit Limited 12 gauge Over/Under shotgun isn’t exactly Cheaper Than Dirt, but sometimes the kids’ college fund is worth the artistry. With a hand-rubbed, oil-finished Turkish walnut stock, the wood alone is something to gawk at. The stock and schnable-style fore-end feature 26 lines of checkering per inch to make for a sure grip. The receiver is case hardened giving it rich and lavish coloration. But, this shotty isn’t just all good looks. The adjustable DTS trigger allows the shooter to adjust the length pull, weight, and take up for clean shots every time. The stock features an adjustable cheek weld and black rubber recoil pad so you can keep shooting accurately and comfortably. The Summit limited features white Bradley style center bead sights and 6 MAXIS competition chokes to keep you competitive at the skeet range. When it comes to aesthetics and ergonomics, this Cesar Guerini shotgun is a work of art. For more technical information, pricing, and other products visit:

Art of the Gun: Cesar Guerini Summit Limited
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