Pietta Firearms recently announced its newest firearm line, the Challenge Series of shotguns. Though arguably known more for fine historical firearms, the Challenge Series present modern semi-auto platforms inspired by demand
The Challenge Series shotguns come in an array of collections, including the “Superior Line.” Featuring hand or laser engraved finishes and high-grade walnuts stocks, the Superior Line comes in 12 and 20 gauge with various barrel lengths.
Pietta Challenge Series
Meanwhile, the “Hunting Line” features either a high-grade walnut or synthetic stock. The guns come plated with a selection of bright nickel, black nickel, bright and matte nickel bright blue. Mossy Oak Original Bottomland will also come on Hunting Line guns soon. The entire line also comes in 12 or 20 gauge in various barrel lengths.
Finally, the “Tactical Line” comes in several models. It includes Fixed Stock, Slug Barrel 4+1, Fixed Stock 4+1, 7+1 Fixed Stock, 7+1 Pistol Grip and 7+1 Adjustable Stock.
“When we decided to develop a line of shotguns, we reached out to our preferred dealers in both the European and U.S. Markets and some of our customers to see what they wanted, what we developed will certainly make an impact in the marketplace,” said Alessandro Pietta, Vice President of Pietta Firearms. “We couldn’t be happier with the series, it has a shotgun for everyone and the extra incentives and quality that our customers wanted.”
Challenge Series shotguns feature Italian manufacturing and design. The company offers both gas- and recoil-operated systems within the series. The Mistral model comes in a gas-operated design. Meanwhile, the Zephyrus and Ghibli are recoil-operated shotguns.
For more information, visit emf-company.com.
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