FAVS Stradivari

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FAVS Stradivari
Type Bullpup Carbine
Place of origin  Italy
Production history
Manufacturer Fabbrica Armi Val Susa
Variants Model K
Model L
Model M
Specifications
Weight 3.1kg (Model K)
3.4kg (Model M)
3.5kg (Model L)
Length 570mm (Model K)
700mm (Model M)
840mm (Model L)
Barrel length 500mm (Model K)
630mm (Model M)
740mm (Model L)

Feed system Single shot
Sights STANAG rail

The FAVS Stradivari is a bullpup carbine series manufactured by FAVS - Fabbrica d'Armi Val di Susa S.N.C. (Susa Valley Arms Factory, Ltd.) located in the town of Villar Focchiardo, and owned by the expert gunmaker Edi Guglielminotti.
The FAVS Stradivari series of rifles and carbines is composed of three models (Model F with 740 mm barrel; Model M with 630 mm barrel; Model K with 500 mm barrel), all of which are single-shot, falling block action operated, and specifically conceived for mountain hunting. The FAVS Stradivari weapons are regarded to as top-line products; available in a wide array of calibers and finishes. Prices for the Stradivari rifles and carbines are high, over 2000 euros and up, and given the fact that they are mostly handmade, waiting periods can be extremely long.

Caliber Options[edit]

Model K

  • .222-Remington
  • .243-Winchester
  • .7-08mm Remington
  • .308-Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO)
  • .357-MAX

Model M

  • .222-Remington
  • .30-06mm
  • .308-Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO)
  • .25-06mm
  • .243-Winchester
  • .270-Winchester
  • .7x64mm
  • .7-08mm Remington

Model L

  • .25-06mm
  • .7x64mm
  • .270-Winchester

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