Originally Posted by ShooterGranny
Indeed. And it shoots exceedingly well, even in my hands..!! It has 30" barrels with extended chokes and, as you can see in the photo, a Prince of Wales stock. Always my preferred type of stock. If memory serves me I think I paid around $3,500 for it, excellent value for money, it's certainly a keeper.
Guerini make a good range of game and competition guns and all of them sell at reasonable prices. Also, Guerini are the only company who actually make a shotgun specifically for women. Not a 'youth's gun' or something cut down. A real, designed from the ground up with the help of a female British Clay shooter. It's called the Syren
The stock is a Monte Carlo style, because women have longer necks than men, a smaller 'wrist' on the stock because women have smaller hands and the stock is angled out at the toe to get around the female 'bumpy bit's in the chest area.. (lol). There's a 9 month waiting time for one over here because they are all being sold, by the container load, in the US..!!
I'm off on vacation for a week from 10th, so I'll find some more pics of mine when I get back.