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Old 03-09-2004, 03:35 PM
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Hey everyone, I was thinking that instead of buying an autoloader for target shooting I figured I would buy a O/U, I don't want to spend a furtune. So after checking out a lot of different models I sort of really like the Verona Lx503, does anyone have anything to say about this gun.
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Old 03-10-2004, 07:45 PM
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I've seen them in the stores and find no major faults with them. They appear to be an exceptional value.
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Old 02-05-2006, 06:57 PM
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hi, i own a v erona 502. all of the verona o/u shotgun line are mfr. by I Rizzini (F.A.I.R.) in Italy. they are a fine made shotgun. the semi auto shotgun under the Verona name is from turkey. the 503 model i believe is mfr. for gandermountain unles i have it confused with the cabelas model. ok now the hard part because this gets confusing and be for i go any further i sugest you go onto shotgunworld.com sometime and go into the verona forum, any and all answers will be there.
the verona o/u line was imported by BC Outdoors, they had a agreement with F.A.I.R. to import and sell them here in the u.s. the 500 series was set up tp supply the various big retailers. the 502 was for Dicks, the 503 for gander mountain, and the 504 for cabelas. these where the affordable lines but very well made. there is a 600 series and a 900 series that get way up in price. now the bad news. B.C. Outdoors lost their agreement with I Rizzini this past fall. Cabelas now has an agreement with F.A.I.R.(is the same thing as writing I Rizzini, the I. & R. in F.A.I.R. stand gor I. Rizzini)to seel the F.A.I.R. shotgun line but they are several hundred dollors more for the same thing that was called Verona. the Verona name was a trademark name that B.C. Outdoors came up with for their line of shotguns they where importing into the U.S. bottom line is they are a well made O/U and have some steep priced cousins. go to the site i mentioned and you'll get all you need.
edit: man am i embarressed, i didn't see how old the thread was i replied to. it's late i better go to bed.
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Old 04-18-2009, 08:33 PM
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I bought a verona shotgun last year first day out i shot 2 shells out of the gun while huntin and on the second shot a pease behind the action fell out and jammed the gun. Well i got the pease back in but i was not easy. Then i was turkey hunting today and the first shell i shot out of it this year it did the same thing. I was shooting 3 inch turckey loads. I am wondering who i can contact to fix it or should i just get rid of the gun.
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