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Model: 06056
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 72180
UPC: 806703060569

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This colorful Over and Under shotgun has the same old world craftsmanship as all of our shotguns but with a new stylish look. This elegant hand engraved work of art is available in four gauges and its eye-catching engraving will stand alone in the field or range. 12 and 20 gauge models have auto ejectors, while the 28 gauge and .410 have extractors only.  You will bag more birds and look great doing it with this beauty in your hands. Heavily engraved scroll work with special side plate design• Mechanical selective triggers• Box Lock frame design• 3inch chamber• Upgraded Turkish walnut stock• 18 LPI checkering• Schnabel for-end• Knurled trigger pad• Coil spring operated hammers• Chrome lined barrels• 5 Interchangeable choke tubes• Special engraved skeleton butt plate• Cast off for the right handed shooter.
Action Semi-Automatic
Gauge Not Listed
Barrel Length 28.5"
Overall Length 39.4"
Capacity 6 rd
Stock Folding/Collapsible
Drop 1.5" @ Comb & 2.5" @ Heel
Action Break Open
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 28" Vent Rib
Overall Length 45.75"
Capacity 2
Stock wood
Drop 1.625" @ Comb & 2.375" @ Heel

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Reviewed By: David T on 12/24/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I'll assume that anyone seriously looking at O/Us in the sub-$1000 price range is trying to get into their first. The most important factor you should know is that quality and price are married, as with most products. If you're looking for a hunting O/U pretty much all of the sub-$1000s will do. I wanted something to shoot clay with 95% of the time but couldn't afford to get into a Silver Pigeon II, CItori or Red Label. With shooting about 1200-1500 rounds per year I was scared to skimp on this purchase (compared to a $300 pump that you could shoot 20,000 rounds before having issues). After a lot of research the decision was between the CZ Wingshooter and the Franchi. It was finish of the CZ that pulled me in.

Although I've only put about 250 rounds downrange so far I'm feeling confident enough to give an initial review. My first impression was great. Clearly, if you're looking at this gun you know the aesthetics are gorgeous - hand scrolled and painted. Scroll work encompasses the receiver, trigger guard and on the hand rail. The gun comes packaged with 5 chokes plus a key and accepts 2 & 3/4 and 3inch rounds. It's very lightweight but in the 20 gauge has enough weight to absorb the recoil. The buttcover has a plastic upper edge to prevent catching on my fleece (What sounds like a small detail but I've come to appreciate it greatly). The safety and selector switch work well. Autoejectors have enough power to clear shells well away from the action. Speaking of the action: it was stiff for the first 50-75 rounds. After yesterday's 100 round session it's dramatically better and I suspect will be worked in nicely by the next 100. Not much else to say other than it's a nice gun. I'll try to update the post after the first few thousand rounds to comment on durability. Before I even get there I can tell you that I'm already planning to pick up the 912 12 ga semi. Says a good amount for CZ!

This gun can be very hard to find
Turkish walnut is lightweight and soft (but I'm told by dealers that's MOST guns these days)
Choke tubes aren't individually labeled!
No choke case
Does not include travel case (only a lightweight sock/sleeve)

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Reviewed By: John M on 02/01/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I have owned this gun for about a year now and although I haven't had time to do a lot of shooting I have managed to put about 500 rounds down range. With that said I will agree with the first reviewer and say that this is probably the finest o/u shotgun that you can buy for under a thousand dollars. I you are on the edge about buying this gun don't wait. I own 6 different makes of shotguns and this is one of my best 5 Stars from me.

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Reviewed By: Barry P on 03/17/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is my second CZ O/U and they are unmatched for the price. I had a Browning Lightning Sporting Clays years ago and was a fine shooting gun but I can tell you for the casual sporting clays shooter nothing beats a CZ O/U. One thing though they are extremely tight out of the box and plenty of lithium grease or gun oil is required. The engraving on the Wingshooter is very nice along with the gold pheasants and ducks on the side panels. If you are looking for a quality O/U for under a $1000 then this is it.

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