The Caesar Guerini brand has enjoyed something of a meteoric rise in the premium shotgun market in recent years, due in part to a raft of new competition guns and model upgrades launched each season. No surprise then that at this year’s SHOT Show, Giorgio and Antonio Guerini, together with Wes Lang of Caesar Guerini USA, took the opportunity to introduce the Invictus (Latin for Invincible).
The Caesar Guerini brand has enjoyed something of a meteoric rise in the premium shotgun market in recent years. As a bona fide global brand within the sporting shotgun arena, it seemed inevitable that they would eventually find a ‘Brand Ambassador’ that would complement their increasingly strong market position. Their current sponsorship deal with Richard Faulds achieves just that.
This is the second shotgun I’ve tested in as many months with the ‘new generation’ high rib and Monte Carlo stock configuration for sporting clays. While similar in looks to many of the high rib trap guns, there are some subtle differences….
Some shotguns have a big wow factor – the Caesar Guerini Maxum most definitely does. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the tastefully executed scroll engraving from the Bottega Giovanelli design studios on the receiver and side plates.