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Franchi 612 VS Defense 18.5" 12 Ga. Semi-Auto - Like New

Brane Frees

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Ad Type
For Sale
Price
$375
Manufacturer
Other / Not Listed
Caliber
12 Gauge
City
Eugene
State
Oregon
06/30/19 - Price now lowered to $375.00

05/26/19 - Here's a great deal - Price lowered to $395.00


I'm selling a Franchi S.p.A 612 VS that I bought quite a while back. It was intended for home defense - so it went to the range once, had a dozen rounds put through to ensure functioning (perfect) and then it went into the closet never to see the great outdoors again.

It was imported by Benelli and the reason I bought this model is that it was on the rack in the shop next to some Benellis. For all I could see there was no discernible difference in quality but there sure was in price.

It comes with the original box and everything that was in there. The barrel is 18.5", the capacity is 5+1. Shoots 2-3/4" or 3" shells. This is a sweet shotgun at a decent price. Its light, fast-handling and has a mild kick for a 12 gauge. Asking $425.00.

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