Today at EJ Churchill in High Wycombe, Blaser launched the F3 Vantage. The brand also announced a partnership with the shooting ground and unveiled a new team of shooters it will support in 2015.
The F3 Vantage has a modular design that allows you to switch out the 12-bore, 32in barrels and replace them with up to 28-bore but without having to replace the action of the stock. Using barrel weights hidden by the grade five walnut Schnabel forend, your shotgun can also maintain the same weight, even if you change the barrels. It features a Kick-Eez recoil pad and a slightly raised rib.
Robert Sajitz of Blaser Sporting praised John Bidwell for his support and input in the F3 range since joining the team in 2004, and introduced several new faces into a Blaser shooting team that was set up following John’s suggestion.
In hosting the event at EJ Churchill, the two parties launched a partnership that will see the ground permanently stock 40 shotguns for clients to use when being taught by its instructors.