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:?: I just bought one and don't know any thing about it .Can anyone tell me anything about it?I even faxedn sig and they haven't bothered to answer either.thanks.sj
 

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This is about it as far as what i found

SA 3
- 12 or 20 (new 1998) ga., 3 in. chambers, scalloped coin finished monobloc boxlock action with game scene engraving, field or Sporting Clays (new 1998) configuration, 26, 28, or 30 (Sporting Clays only) in. separated barrels with VR and choke tubes, ejectors, SST, checkered walnut stock and forearm, approx. 7 lbs. Mfg. 1997-98 only.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$1,175 $925 $775 $650 $550 $475 $400

Last MSR was $1,335.
 
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From my notes: "...made in Italy by Antonio Zoli. This accounts for the AZ in the serial number." and "Antonio Zoli made it in Gardone, V.T., Italy."

See references about a 12G version of same O/U SA-3 in American Rifleman Feb 1998 issue (pp. 43-5) and in same issue (p.67) a top end SA-5 called the RIZZIM.

See also reference in Guns and Ammo Feb 1998 issue page 84 for product coverage of SA-3.
 
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