Rizzini BR110 Sporter

Outdoor Life - - GEAR -

• $2,395 • 12-gauge • 8 lb. • 30-in. bar­rels The test team took an im­me­di­ate lik­ing to the BR110 Sporter by Rizzini. With some com­pe­ti­tion guns, you end up won­der­ing what ex­actly jus­ti­fies their price tags. Not in this in­stance. This new­est ad­di­tion to the BR110 line is an ex­cel­lent all-around sport­ing-clays gun. Every­thing about it feels right. The gun’s 8-pound weight and 30-inch bar­rels are both ideal for sport­ing clays. And no mat­ter what kind of tar­get you’re pre­sented with, this gun “just seems to find the bird,” as one tester put it. The stock fit all of us well. And even when we were tak­ing fast pairs, we didn’t have any prob­lems get­ting the gun mov­ing. It is also beau­ti­fully built. The deep, even blu­ing on the bar­rels makes the el­e­gant raised rib look even bet­ter. The wood has a gor­geous fig­ure to it, and the check­er­ing is nearly flaw­less. The coat­ing on the re­ceiver has a gray­ish hue that con­trasts pleas­antly with the rest of the gun. The trig­gers are light and crisp, trip­ping at just over 3 pounds each. In a strong field of con­tenders, this shot­gun earned the high­est grades and the Ed­i­tor’s Choice award.

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