The Franchi 720 Competition is a semi-automatic shotgun chambered in 20 gauge. Since 1868, Franchi has been designing and manufacturing double-barreled and semi-automatic shotguns for sportsmen.
The Competition model uses a gas-operated blowback system, which uses gas produced in firing the shotgun to drive the bolt backwards.
Features include a Twin Shock Absorber (TSA) recoil pad that compresses with the recoil, absorbing the kick and spreading the energy over a wider area of the shooter’s shoulder. The 720’s receiver is made of a lightweight alloy steel and the barrel is made of steel putting it around 5.5 pounds.
Franchi recommends the 720 Competition for competitive or clay shooting.
|Franchi 720 Competition|
|Sights:||Bead front sight|
|Stock:||Walnut/satin weather woat finish|
|Chokes:||Cylinder<br />Improved cylinder<br />Modified|
|Length of Pull:||14.25"|
|Drop at Comb:||1.5"|
|Drop at Heel:||2.25"|