Guys, what is going on with the shotgun market? The last one of these that sold, for $1800, was much older than mine, and had been purchased for $2200. That would be a $400 discount, after a number of years of use. Mine is 1 year old, today's price is $2675. Similar pricing would be $2200. Have all the free government Covid $ all been used up? Inflation and gas prices taking shotgun $? Any thoughts?
Don't believe it has anything to do with Fabarm as these are excellent quality and this model is unique in that it is gas operated without an action spring in the stock allowing for a slimmer stock and grip design. The forearm design allows for a solid lock up.
Personally not a fan of "Tri-wood" or enhancing the wood grain with ink or die, but other well known manufacturers have been doing this for years.
The minus for many is a semi auto limited to 2 3/4" shells in this price range competes not only against the A400 from Beretta but also the base model over/under from Browning, Beretta, Benelli etc. for their spot on the Sporting Clays cart.