Field and Stream - - FIELD TEST - - Phil Bour­jaily

$2,395 • rizziniusa.com

The Rizzini BR 110 Sporter was the hit of our an­nual shot­gun test. “It just seems to find the bird,” said one tester, and that’s what hap­pens when you shoot a well-bal­anced sport­ing gun. It helps, too, that the 110 Sporter boasts light, clean trig­ger pulls. De­spite its af­ford­able price, the Rizzini comes packed with com­pe­ti­tion fea­tures, in­clud­ing length­ened forc­ing cones, five ex­tended choke tubes, vented side ribs, a hefty com­pe­ti­tion-style stock and fore-end, and a fiber-op­tic bead.

While there’s noth­ing flashy about the BR110 Sporter, it is good­look­ing in a low-key way. The me­tal parts are matte gray in­stead of gloss-blued, and our test gun had a nicely fig­ured wal­nut stock. Rizzini shotguns have a track record for re­li­a­bil­ity that makes this a great choice for a shooter who is after a trou­ble-free en­try-level clays gun. In 12 and 20, it’s avail­able with your choice of 30- or 32-inch bar­rels. In 28 and .410, the tubes are 30 inches. In any con­fig­u­ra­tion, it’s a lot of gun for the money.

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