Guerini sponsors Richard Faulds MBE
Caesar Guerini is proud to announce a four-year sponsorship agreement with Olympic gold medal winner Richard Faulds which takes immediate effect and marks an exciting journey for both Guerini and Faulds.
Richard Faulds said, “I am delighted to have joined forces with Guerini and I am very excited to be working with such a dynamic company that offers such a deep product range for both the clay and game Shot. I am looking to return to the sporting and Fitasc circuit in a big way this year and to be doing it in partnership with Guerini couldn’t be better.”
A spokesperson for Guerini said, “We at Guerini are delighted to welcome Richard Faulds MBE, Olympic gold medal winner and multiple world champion in Fitasc and sporting clays. As a company we are always looking for opportunities with high profile competitors as part of our sponsored team, this was one occasion that was just too good to miss. From initial discussions to final agreement with the factory and our partners at Guerini USA took just a couple of weeks such was the commitment and confidence felt by all.”
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Það eru margir ánægðir með Zoli
Að mati Outdoor Live er tvíhleypan ELLIPSE EVO LIGHT
Ekki slæmur dómur
„It’s a near-perfect bird gun and a worthy Editor’s Choice.“
Caesar Guerini Ellipse Evo Light
Price / Value: B
If by some alchemy you could distill the essence of an upland bird gun and give it physical form, it might look something like the Ellipse Evo Light from Caesar Guerini, a sexy stunner that took top honors in this year’s hotly contested shotgun evaluation.
It’s a classic 20-gauge over/under game gun with both British and Italian influences. The solid ribbing on the barrels, which are topped with a single brass bead, give the gun a clean, uncluttered elegance and contrast pleasantly with the gorgeous wood and handsome extensive engraving on the coin-finished receiver.
The action is rounded, as is the knob on the grip, and its lines flow gracefully from the flush-mounted choke tubes at the muzzle to the wooden buttplate, which is fixed smartly in place by screws with perfectly aligned slots.
The Ellipse Evo Light shoots as well as it looks. With 28-inch barrels and a lithe 5 1⁄2-pound weight, it got on our clay birds as fast as a diving falcon, and to the same deadly effect.
To a person, we raved about its handling; each of us longed to carry it for wild quail or sword-tailed cock pheasants.
Our sample came with a non-selective trigger and no automatic safety, and was stocked with a cast for right-handed shooters, but each of these are customizable options should you want something different.
It’s a near-perfect bird gun and a worthy Editor’s Choice.