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Thread: Caesar Guerini Essex Ltd

  1. #16
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    engraver

    got the last one on the shelf at this price at doverige derbyshire,get on gun trader and get the last ones before the price increase and before the turkish walnut runs out!!!

  2. #17
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    oback barama Maxum

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    I have been looking at getting a Maxum Sporter but there are not many about and my dealer said they have just gone up 13%, balls!!

    Where did you get yours from guys?





    Try here;

    http://www.malmoguns.com/more.html

    or here;

    http://www.guns.gb.com/erol.html#4920X5925

  3. #18
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    Nov 2005
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    A bit of an update:

    The Essex is still going strong, my grandad's clay scores with it are still steadily improving. He's catching me up, the git

    The ST did a review of it here, albeit the smaller bore combo version. They gave it a general thumbs up but I think the ST gives scores completely at random


  4. #19
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    Feb 2012
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    How is your CG ESSEX now

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheeto View Post
    I picked up an Essex Limited on Friday. 30", Multichoke, 12b.

    It has replaced my Beretta 687 EELL Diamond Pigeon game gun.

    I am very pleased with it, it fits me like a glove and handles superbly.

    First time out yesterday and I shot better than ever.

    It is better than the Beretta in every department IMO and for significantly

    less dosh !

    Hail Caesar !
    Would you recommend one and have there been any issues with it, thinking of buying the Essex secondhand, beautyful wood.

  5. #20
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    I've got a 30" Summit, honestly can't fault it.

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