[ 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…

[ Clay Shooting USA: 04.14 ] “Introducing the Invictus” by Don Brunt

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).