Inverness Round Body Deluxe Small Action

The Rizzini Inverness Round Body Deluxe Small Action is a break-action over-under shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. It is a scaled down version of the Inverness Round Body Deluxe shotgun that features extensive and detailed engraving.

As with most Rizzini models, the Inverness Round Body Deluxe Small Action features a chrome lined bore that’s corrosion resistant. The gun also offers brazed ribs, meaning the rib is furnace heated to increase bore strength and durability. The shotgun also has ejectors, a single selective trigger that serves either barrel, and a coin or color case-hardened frame, which gives the metal components a custom aged appearance.

Rizzini is an Italian family of gunmakers founded in 1966 by Battista
Rizzini. A number of Rizzini family arms are available to North American
domestic buyers through manufacturer and retailer agreements. The
Inverness Round Body Deluxe Small Action is made available through
Connecticut Shotgun.

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