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FAUSTI CALEDON UNIQUE AMONG OVER/UNDERS

Fredericksburg, VA- Technologically advanced manufacturing, premium materials, fine Italian craftsmanship and precision are the key elements of the new Fausti Caledon.

Sleek and fast pointing, the Caledon is offered in 12, 16, 20, 28 gauge and .410 bore. All receivers are scaled to the gauge except the .410 bore, which is on a scaled 28 gauge receiver. All guns feature a 14-1/2” length of pull, automatic ejectors, metallic bead and a single selectable trigger. The highest quality Turkish walnut is meticulously shaped, oiled and hand polished to perfection. All models are offered in a 30”, 28” or 26” barrel. The 12 gauge model weighs 7.25 pounds, the 16 gauge model weighs 6.4 pounds, the 20 gauge weighs a modest 6.3 pounds, the 28 gauge weighs 5.8 pounds and the .410 bore weighs 5.9 pounds

For youth, the Caledon is chambered in 20 gauge, has a barrel length of 28”, a 12-1/2” length of pull and weighs only 6.1 pounds.

The Caledon retails at $1,999 and performs well on sporting clays courses and carries well in the field. The classic and timeless qualities make the Caledon unique among others in the field.

Item Number Gauge Barrel Length Chamber Overall Length Weight MSRP
15101 12 30″ 3″ 47 1/2″ 7.25 lbs $1,999
15102 12 28″ 3″ 45 1/2″ 7.25 lbs $1,999
15103 12 26″ 3″ 43 1/2″ 7.25 lbs $1,999
15201 20 30″ 3″ 47 1/2″ 6.30 lbs $1,999
15202 20 28″ 3″ 45 1/2″ 6.30 lbs $1,999
15203 20 26″ 3″ 43 1/2″ 6.30 lbs $1,999
15212 YOUTH 20 28″ 3″ 43 1/2″ 6.10 lbs $1,999

For more information about Fausti and the complete line of fine Italian shotguns, please contact: Fausti USA, 3509 Shannon Park Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408, 540.371.3287, or visit www.faustiusa.com.

Fausti Stefano Arms was founded in 1948 in Brescia, Italy. Since its establishment, Fausti has given priority to research, product development and selection of the best materials. The result is a naturally pointing shotgun that is a beauty to behold and a pleasure to shoot.

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