FABARM AXIS RS 12 Trap
What if someone could create a world class trap shotgun at one third of the price of current offerings? It would have to have adjustable ribs on unsingle and over-and-under barrels. State-of-the art tapered barrel bores and hyperbolic 17-4PH stainless steel chokes would be a competitive advantage. A Turkish walnut Monte Carlo stock incorporating a highly adjustable comb would be nice and while they are at it lets add the capability to easily install an optional recoil reducer. Plus, any good trap gun would have to include a light crisp trigger pull with robust automatic ejectors. Finally, durability and a comprehensive warranty that is backed up by great customer service would be a necessity. Introducing the FABARM Axis Trap – you’re welcome.
FABARM AXIS RS 12 Sporting
When it comes to shooting an Axis Sporting in competition, you are being everything but Sporting. The Axis Sporting is the whole package – balance, durability, good trigger, barrel performance, perfect stock dimensions, and low recoil. The Axis barrels feature the advanced TRIBORE HP™ tapered bores that lower recoil and reduce the need for excessively long forcing cones. Each gun comes with five EXIS HP™ choke tubes with a proprietary hyperbolic design that is a ballistic match to the tapered barrel bores. The result is devastating performance down range with all types of shot sizes and velocities.
The Axis action was purpose built as a target gun. The heavy duty 43mm wide action combined with a monolithic locking lug makes the Axis an extremely durable platform. The fore-end iron utilizes an adjustable mechanism to allow the action tension to be tightened at will for ease of service. An adjustable trigger features a light, crisp trigger pull. Stocks are made from Turkish walnut and finished with a matte oil finish. All Axis stocks come with the Fabarm KINETIK™ recoil reducer that is easily removable to be able to tune the guns balance. The Fabarm Micro Metric™ adjustable comb and left hand stocks are available as an option.
Using a FABARM Axis Sporting in competition is not cheating, but it is close.