Four aces from Fratelli Poli: Bosis double-barrelled shotguns

The action of a Poli Bosis double-barrelled shotgun
A detailed view of the action on the Luciano Bosis 28-gauge double-barrelled shotgun.

The gunsmiths Armi Fratelli Poli from Gardone Val Trompia in Italy are well known by hunters and collectors who recognize a class gun when they see one; these gunsmiths have made their name for the meticulous attention to quality in their hunting side-by-side and over/under shotguns

But the company does more than make guns.  There are also guns made by other gunsmiths in the Fratelli Poli showroom, carefully selected to offer hunters and collectors fine guns of the very highest standard.

A fine example is this magnificent set of four Luciano Bosis .410 bore, 28, 20 and 12-gauge shotguns engraved with hunting scenes by the master craftsman Angelo Galeazzi. 

All four shotguns in this hand of aces have 70 cm barrels, ***/** (5/10 - 8/10) chokes, a double trigger and automatic extractors. 

The top of the action on the 20-gauge double-barrelled shotgun
The top of the action on the 20-gauge double-barrelled shotgun. Engraving by Angelo Galeazzi.

The weight of the various guns: 2.260 kg - .410, 2.280 kg - 28-gauge, 2.540 - 20-gauge and 2.700 kg - 12-gauge. 

The shotguns were made in 1999. Each gun comes in its own case and the condition of the guns meets collectors’ standards. 

You’ll find these and other fine guns on the Armi Fratelli Poli website.

For more information, please visit the F.lli Poli website.

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