Famars Rombo

Rombo
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Type Multiple barrel shotgun
Place of origin  Italy
Production history
Manufacturer Famars
Specifications
Weight 7 lbs 8 oz / 3.4 kg. (410 bore)

Caliber .410 and 28 gauge
Barrels 4

The Rombo is a model of four-barrelled break-action shotgun made by Famars in Italy. The shotgun is produced in 28 gauge and .410 bore, and was primarily designed for small-game hunting. It is notable for having a complex action, which allows all four barrels to be fired consecutively and sequentially using just the one trigger.

External links

  • The FAMARS website home page

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