Here’s a great deal on a very nice little double. Abercrombie & Fitch imported these Anson & Deeley style boxlocks in the 1960s and maybe in the ’50s, too. These guns were made in Italy by Guido Rizzini, his brothers, and another Italian gunmaker named Rinaldo Zoli. They’re simple, solid doubles, built on one of the finest side-by-side actions ever created.
This one is in the most versatile gauge ever (12), it’s the perfect weight for upland hunting (6 1/2lbs), it has nice, modern dimentions (14.25″ LOP, 1 1/2 DAC, 2 1/4″ DAH), and it’s cheap — just $749.99. Oh – and it also has 28″ bbls, 2 3/4″ chambers, and great chokes (IC & M). Honestly, I don’t know why I’m telling you guys about it. I should just buy it for myself.
Here’s the info on the gun from the seller:
Abercrombie & Fitch / Zoli – Rizzini SXS, 12 GA. Imported by Abercrombie & Fitch Post WWII, these were nicely crafted Italian made shotguns. The Zoli-Rizzini factory closed in 1971.
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Chambers: 2 3/4″
Metal Condition: Good case colors and blued finishes
Wood Condition: A small repair on the right side of the butt stock
Bore Condition: Bright
Barrels: 28″ Solid rib with extractors
Triggers: Double triggers
Stock: Checkered round knob
14.25″ LOP, 1 1/2 DAC, 2 1/4″ DAH
Fore End: Checkered splinter with Anson release
Butt Pad: Checkered hard plastic
Weight: 6 lbs 8
Sights: Brass bead front
Chokes: Fixed Modified & Improved Cylinder