Blaser F3 trigger: The F3 trigger transforms your thought impulse into ignition within a millisecond of time. But why is this lock time so critical in shooting? The shorter the lock time the more accurate the shot will be. Along with the fast lock time you must have optimal trigger control. The F3 trigger breaks as crisp as glass at 1,400g with an extremely short length of travel. This ideal combination allows the shooter to realize his full potential without any delay in firing the shot. The barrel selector is conveniently located in front of the trigger and is marked for identification. The purely mechanical selective single trigger operates independent of recoil. The trigger blade can be adjusted for a customized length of pull to insure ideal finger placement.
Blaser EBS® – Ejection Ball System: Whether or not you hit your target is decided before you even mount your shotgun. Smooth movements controlled by intuition and precise mechanical operations are the keys to success. The entire process starts when closing the shotgun. Conventional ejector systems cock their ejector springs when the gun is closed, which leads to increased resistance and weak ejection over time. This resistance interferes with the smooth flow of movements and disturbs the shooter’s concentration. The EBS. system activates the ejectors when a shot is fired and cocks them when opening the gun. The ejector springs are always decocked when the gun is stored in order to prevent spring fatigue. Resistance when closing the gun is always kept to a minimum, whether the ejectors were previously activated or not.
Triplex® Bore Design: Three construction characteristics combine to provide optimized muzzle velocity, a homogeneous shot pattern and help dampen recoil:
Innovative, extremely flat forcing cone with an angle of 2.5°. The shot stream passes into the cylindrical barrel as smoothly as possible with minimal deformation and without any dangerous increase in pressure.
“Overbore” internal diameter of 18.65mm (0.735″).
And consider this. If you desire to change gauges one merely needs to order an extra set. NO gunsmithing required.