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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakeismydog2 View Post
    My Rizzini vertex is in the mail. I look forward to seeing it next week.
    Which store did you get one from?
    http://www.bluerivergundogs.com/Home_Page.html

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    I can not seem to get on photo bucket right now for posting pics. Rizzini USA also will sell direct some real nice pieces on their site. They have a couple Fierce 1 sporting's I would love, but whew,,, close to 4 G's. I will have to wear this one out first.
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    Well I dumped some BB's down range today with the new Rzzini. Nothing strange. Patterned fine. Seems it likes the full choke better on paper. With fed premium 5's and 6's, and also win super sport 7.5's. I think I will still enjoy shooting my Cortona grande sporting better. Recoil is higher with this gun, but it is not ported. I think it will shoot the same, just kick more. Perhaps a porting job, and the limb saver recoil pad is in order to make it complete. Other then that maybe a smaller low profile bead. It looks like a baseball on my barrel when I shoot. Not used to that.

    The real test is tomorrow shooting some live birds .
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    Well folks if someone is wanting a deal on one of the nicest looking Vertex sporting 12ga 30" in the country. I am selling mine . Not that I want to, but, I have to come up with $ for my dogs surgery. My young rocket got a foreign body or seed in his lung. Looks like several thousand to get him the help he needs. SO my new sweet Rizzini is not as important as him. I just got it for 1,800. I shot maybe a box of ammo if that training twice. 1,600.00 it is yours. Pics are not working, but it is the same gun I posted pics here not long ago of. I can email if interested. blueriverkennel@gctel.com
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    Sale pending.
    http://www.bluerivergundogs.com/Home_Page.html

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    Damn shame about your dog and your shotgun. Condolences.

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    How did it all turn out?

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    If you mean my dog. OK for now. Just wrapped up 5 months of antibiotics. He has been off meds for 3 weeks and seems ok. Still hacks some. But we started running agin for the first time in about 6 months. I did keep the gun through November since we did not do the surgery LOL. But then sold it to a training partner for what I paid. I now bought a new Caesar G Summit Sporting. That fits perfect, and has shot lights out so far. I got a deal I could not pass on.
    http://www.bluerivergundogs.com/Home_Page.html

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    I was asking about the dog. I actually found your ordeal when I did a search on Rizzini. I’ve ordered a BR110. (Hard enough to rationalize a $2,000 shotgun, so I don’t think any of the higher grades of Rizzinis or any CG guns are likely to end up here!) I’ve got a soft spot for bird dogs so I was hoping your Pooch is ok.

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    Actually the Cortona is made by FAIR not Rizzini , two different companies , a split was made in 1972 .
    Isadoro Rizzini started FAIR which stands for
    Fabrique Armi Isadoro Rizzini .
    DT

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