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PRODUCT FEATURE


RB Range R


eaders of this


magazine, and indeed the majority of game


shooters across the UK, will need no introduction to the Rizzini ‘RB’ range of game guns. Singled out by its beautifully rounded action shape, the range comprises the entry level RBEM with its bold foliate engraving, the elegant RBEL with its upgraded woodwork and elaborate detailing, and the RB ‘Exmoor’, Rizzini’s dedicated high bird game gun. Now Rizzini have made two dedicated competition


versions of this stunning model: The Round Body Sporting and the Round Body Premium. Both these are out-and-out sporting clay guns, with barrel length up to 34”, internal, extended or extended colour-coded chokes, sporting rib and stock. As with all Rizzini shotguns, stocks can be custom-made to the shooter’s dimensions if required. The standard


Rizzini produces sporting arms intended to match the most demanding needs of hunters and competition shooters.


Round Body Sporting has a matt black action with the maker’s name in gold on the sides and the model name underneath, whereas the ‘Premium’ version has a coin fi nish with engraved bolsters on the actions sides and an elegant crest


on the underside, as well as upgraded walnut. Keen eyed shooters will have spotted Joanna Thomas, Rizzini Ambassador, putting it to good use on the circuit.


As with all Rizzini shotguns, stocks can be custom-made to the shooter’s dimensions if required


42 | Tackle & Guns | Dec / Jan 18 www.tandgmagazine.com


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