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A 12-Gauge double-barrel shotgun made for hunting the lightweight CZ Upland Ultralight is easy on your back as well as your pocketbook. Weighing in at 6 pounds thanks to an aluminum alloy frame this shotgun is significantly lighter than similar steel-framed shotguns and one of the lightest in its class. The non-reflective matte finish is weather resistant making this shotgun ideal for use in various hunting environments. The Upland Ultralight delivers clockwork precision and accuracy and is available with a 26-inch as well as a 28-inch barrel.
This light weight overunder wont break your back or the bank Weighing in at just 6 lbs it is a full 2 lbs. lighter than similar steel-framed models making it one of the lightest in its class. Available in both 26 and 28 models this gun is ideal for long days in the field. The metal is coated with a non-reflective weather-resistant matte finish and the stock is sport-styled. - The Upland Ultralight operates with clockwork precision and consistency due to CNC-cut aluminum alloy frame allowing the inner mechancial parts to work flawlessly. On the exterior the most noticable differing characteristic is the lack of a mid-rib between the barrels. - Chambering 12 Gauge - Max Shell Length 3 in - Barrel Length 28 in - Chokes Includes 5 (FIMMICC) - Stock Turkish Walnut with Pistol Grip - Length Of Pull 14 12 in - Forend Style Modern Snag-Free - Receiver Finish Black Anodized - Barrel Finish Matte Black Chrome - Ejector Extractor Extractor - Rib 6mm Flat Vent - Overall Length 43.75 in - Weight 6 lbs - Comb 1 12 in - Heel 2 14 in - Trigger Mech Mechanical Selectable For Barrel - Safety Manual Tang Safety
|Barrel Length||28" Barrel|
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