I shot the Bosis at my usual test ground, a combined skeet, trap and sporting layout. The barrels were a little shorter than my preference but the birds broke well, the second barrel creating balls of smoke thanks to its tight constriction. Recoil was noticeable as one might expect in a sub-7lb gun but trigger pulls were crisp. I felt I might have had more control with slightly longer barrels and a different sighting rib, a semi-pistol or Prince of Wales grip might have suited, too. Overall, I was impressed with the attention to detail. The metal work and finish are exemplary. It is being offered fairly at £12,500 (Paul Roberts also has new .410 and 20-bore Bosis hammer guns at £20,000 and £16,000 respectively). For it’s quality, the gun is not expensive. If I were to buy it, I might be tempted to order longer barrels or keep it for walking-up and partridge. Quality like this does not usually come at such an attainable price.