Gun Report

Caesar Guerini Magnus 20 Gauge

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This is such a pretty gun, and we think that backed by the amount of hand-finishing both inside and out, as well as the company's invaluable pit-stop program, that it's worth the higher price tag. Its unique pitch configuration will have most shooters firing above theirtargets. Needs porting.

Caesar Guerini Magnus 20 Gauge

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The Magnus's brushed-nickel finish, gold inlays, and light floral motif metalwork engraving was tasteful and uncluttered.
For almost $1000 more than the Beretta, the Magnus stock figure was fancier than the Beretta's and highlighted by a hand-rubbed finish that showed off the grain.
Fit and finish between wood and metal was excellent.

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