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Orvis Uplander Shotgun

Custom fitted to your measurements and delivered in just eight weeks, each Orvis Over/Under shotgun includes highly-figured select European walnut, Prince of Wales Grip, chrome-lined barrels, and sleek forearms and stocks. The specially selected wood is hand checkered to a tight 24 lines per inch, and rubbed with multiple coats of oil finish. Please contact us to begin the process for your next hand made over/under shotgun.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Orvis Uplander Shotgun
Review 1 for Orvis Uplander Shotgun
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Great .410 O/U,
February 6, 2014
By: Judson
from Jacksonville, FL
"I've been to a number of the Orvis wingshooting schools and have 3 fitted shotguns. The latest is a .410 Orvis/Guerini Upland Classic. I waited a long time to find a true, high quality .410 O/U at a reasonable price. Most of the time, the .410 is included in a barrel combo that can have up to 3 barrel sets which use a receiver sized for the largest guage. To me the weight advantage of the .410 is lost when the receiver is designed to handle multiple guages. My gun is a beautiful piece of work that shoots as well as it looks, and is a pleasure to carry in the field. If you love quality shotguns, I highly recommend an Orvis gun fitting followed by the purchase one of these fitted shotguns. You'll never regret it."
Review 2 for Orvis Uplander Shotgun
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Custom Fitting Makes the Difference,
September 6, 2012
By: Lefty47
from New York, NY
"I’m a novice shooter. After attending the wing-shooting school at the Orvis Sandanona facility I was hooked on sporting clays. Part of the wing-shooting school is a professional gun fitting and I ordered my Uplander made to those custom specifications. The gun took about 12 weeks to make. When I picked it up at Sandanona I was impressed at the quality of the engraving and wood work. The gun feels great in my hands and the high level of craftsmanship is clear. With the skills I learned in the Wing-shooting school and a high quality tool in my hands I spent the afternoon walking the Sandanona course turning clays to dust! I shot a double round (200 clays) while the great people at Orvis Sandanona processed my paperwork. It was amazing! The gun felt like an extension of my body. I can’t say enough great things about the quality of the Uplander, fantastic Orvis Sandanona facility, and the wonderful people who work and shoot there."