The Fausti Italyco may be a considerable investment, but when compared to similar prouucts it isn’t a ridiculous one
hen I received the email from Tony Laughton from Stag Country Sports, importers of Fausti guns here in the UK, I was quite excited because
I hadn’t seen much of Fausti for a while. I know it had been doing quite a bit of collaborative work because it teamed up with Sauer on the Apollon and Artemis projects, with great results, at the back end of 2016 and early 2017.
I wasn’t sure what to expect other than there was “something nice” in the post, especially as Fausti effectively covers all budget ranges of shotguns. Well, after last month’s Rizzini, I thought I had reached my quota of what I term “posh guns”
Wfor this year. Oh how wrong was I! I think I have just found the present to top my Christmas list...
Fausti, as a company, has been manufacturing both sporting and competition arms since its formation by Stefano Fausti in 1948. Nowadays, the company is run by his three daughters, Elena, Giovanna and Barbara. The company prides itself on its family ethics and by working with the most up-to date CNC technology it is able to produce world-class weapons.
Fausti’s boutique catalogue showcases some of the company’s nicest work – all guns in this line are hand-finished and
Reader test Find out how two Sporting Gun readers found the Fausti on page 68
Scrollwork The engraving combines with the scrollwork really nicely