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Old 09-26-2009, 11:05 AM
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Default WTS Franchi 712 Raptor......

I am posting this one for a friend. Gun is in 100% working condition and is a beauty!!!
Franchi 712 Raptor
12ga fires 2 3/4" and 3"
30" ported barrel
Extended choke tubes steel rated (IC, M, F)
4+1 capacity with a plug installed to limit mag to 2
Weight 7.1 pounds
Mid and front bead
Weathercoat wood finish
Silver receiver blued barrel
Factory hardcase which has a choke tube wrench, protective tubes for the chokes, bottle of Franchi gun oil.
Owners manual


Manufacturers description:
Designed by serious clays shooters, for serious clays shooters, the Raptor by Franchi is a brand new, quick handling, thoroughbred sporting clays gun. Although on the business end the Raptor is a target-eating beast, the Franchi gas-system tames the recoil. Along with soft-shooting, and low recoil, the Raptor incorporates a ported barrel to dampen barrel climb, making the Raptor lighting fast on the second target. However, just like Ferrari, truly great Italian designs don't sacrifice style for performance. The Raptor features WeatherCoat finished Turkish walnut and a satin nickel receiver accented with the distinctive Franchi medallion, giving the Raptor the beauty of style to compliment this beast of performance.

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I will take any and all pics that a prospective buyer wants.

This is a very nice clays gun that can be used for hutning as well. Round count on this gun is around 2,000 so it is just broken in. The gas system on this gun is also very nice. It has a gas piston you can flip from light to heavy loads. So if you are shooting whoppers, flip it over and it dumps extra gas to help bring the recoil down.

Asking price is $800 shipped to your FFL. Sorry no trades.

Any questions, want real pics, or want to make an offer just let me know.
 

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