[ Shotgun Sports 05:21 ] Gun Test: Invictus II Sporting

Overall, I was duly impressed with the performance of the Invictus II Sporting shotgun. I found the POI out of the box to be an excellent setup for both skeet and sporting clays. This model has the option of an adjustable comb which I always recommend to exponentially increase the versatility of the shotgun. Currently, Caesar Guerini offers the Invictus line of shotguns in five grades. As I really admire the look of color case hardening on a shotgun, the Invictus II would be my choice.

[Gun Dog Magazine 12.20] Shotgun Report: Woodlander Dove Special

This is an exclusive gun, but not one that was meant to be trapped in the dark inner recesses of a gun safe. It’s not as ornate as some field guns in this class, but that’s precisely the Woodlander Dove Special’s charm: it’s understated but elegant, and it is mechanically solid. What’s more, it’s backed by the best customer service in the industry.

[Sporting Classics 02.20] The new Revenant: A modern classic by Robert Matthews

It will come as no surprise that a long time ago I developed a profound affection for rare and fine shotguns. The rarer and finer, the better. There was little that I could do to salve my affliction at the time, but the obsession persisted and when I became an adult, I set out on a course that led me to procure as many of them as I possibly could.

[ Shotgun Sports 09:19 ] Gun Test: Invictus III Trap Combo by Johnny Cantu

Caesar Guerini shotguns have gained the reputation of producing high-performance shotguns, such as the long life expectancy of the Invictus line of shotguns. They have also earned a reputation for building shotguns that go to the next level of aesthetics. The new Invictus III Trap is just such an example of the art that Caesar Guerini firearms display.

[ Sporting Classics: 01.15 ] “Shotguns: Caesar Guerini Invictus” by Robert Matthews

Caesar Guerini built the Invictus from the ground up with an eye toward shooting one million rounds. The company’s current line is based on sound, proven designs that work quite well for their intended purposes, but clays guns take a terrible beating compared to field models, and Guerini decided to fundamentally redesign the traditional over-and-under. They set out with the lofty goal of producing a gun that would survive one million rounds…

[ Gun Dog Magazine: 06.14 ] “Caesar’s Over/Under Empire” by Steve Gash

In a few short years, Caesar Guerini has come to represent superb quality and craftsmanship in over/under shotguns. The company’s success is the direct result of the passion and dedication of its principals. We recently spoke with CG president Wesley Lang about how this vision evolved. Two Italian gunmakers, brothers Giorgio and Antonio Guerini, worked for their uncle, Battista Guerini, but parted ways in 2000. Antonio is an innovative engineer and Giorgio handles sales. The brothers knew Wes from previous business relationships, and after stints at Beretta, Sig Arms, RSR, and publishing giant Emap, Lang was well versed in the complexities of the American gun market…