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FRANCHI FENICE WORLD CLASS 20GA 28" BARREL
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Model: 40232WC
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 411550229
 
UPC: 650350402322
 
MFG: Franchi

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FRANCHI FENICE WORLD CLASS 20 GA  28" Barrel Semi-auto

Shoots  2.75" shells

The name Fenice evokes the concept of the ultimate progression of the gun maker’s art. The World Class Fenice 20- and 28-gauges from Franchi are built around the time-tested 48 AL design. The Fenice’s high-polish, chrome-plated bolt is contained in a nickel-plated lightweight alloy receiver featuring fine scroll engraving and generous gold game scene inlays. The Fenice is fitted with an oil-finished stock of AA-Grade, highly figured European walnut.

CHOKE TUBES: C, IC, M, IM, F
FINISHES: AA-Grade oil-finished walnut.
HARD CASE: Custom fitted hard case to protect in transport. 

The Fenice features a gold-plated trigger and a cross-bolt safety positioned at the rear of the trigger guard.

Fenice Detail

Engraved game scene on 20-gauge model (above)

Gold-inlaid and engraved-nickel plated receiver.

AA-Grade oil finished walnut stock.

Magazine Capacity: 5+1

Chokes: C, IC, M, IM, F

Length of Pull: 14.25"

Drop at Heel: 2.5"

Drop at Comb: 1.5"

Overall Length: 48"

Weight: 5.75 lbs.

 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish N/A
Action Not Listed
Gauge 12 GA / 30-30 Winchester
Barrel Length 16.875"
Overall Length 35.8"Open/29.8" Folded
Trigger N/A
Safety N/A
Capacity 3 rd.
Stock Folding/Collapsible
Drop N/A
Chamber 2 3/4"
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish N/A
Action Semi-Automatic
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 28"
Overall Length 48"
Trigger N/A
Safety N/A
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock wood
Drop N/A
Chamber 2 3/4 "
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish N/A
Action Sliding Breechblock
Gauge N/A
Barrel Length 31"
Overall Length 50 3/8"
Trigger N/A
Safety N/A
Capacity 3rd
Stock Youth
Drop N/A
Chamber 3" Magnum
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish N/A
Action Flintlock
Gauge 12 GA / 20 GA
Barrel Length 23.5"
Overall Length 42.75" - 45.75"
Trigger N/A
Safety N/A
Capacity 24+1
Stock wood
Drop N/A
Chamber 3" (20 Ga), 2.75" (28 Ga)
Weight N/A
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish N/A
Action
Gauge 12/50 Black Powder
Barrel Length 32"/34"
Overall Length 26.5" - 32.5"
Trigger N/A
Safety N/A
Capacity 3 rd.
Stock Youth
Drop N/A
Chamber 3" (20 Ga), 2.75" (28 Ga)
Weight N/A

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Reviewed By: Jeff R on 04/16/2014 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
I purchased the Franchi Fenice after reading many blogs and reviews from other owners. After one box of target loads, the stock started to loose its "tightness". Only after the second box was 1/2 way hone did I see the gap forming between the stock and the trigger housing. I have a 1950's Sears 410 and it is the only other gun in my 30 collection that has ever had this issue. I have yet to contact Franchi, but am dreading the entire warranty experience. I pay $1,200 for a gun so I don't have these problems! It shoots straight, fits well, and is fun to shoot. But honestly I would not recommend a Franchi at this point.


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