Something I found on Google in 30 seconds said:12-06-2007, 08:48 AM
Join Date: Jul 2007
Re: Fausti Stefano Shotguns
Yes guys, the Fausti review on this site is mine. The test mentioned was shooting the shotgun on a local clays range with my wife and testing it alongside a Browning Citori Featherweight over under. Make no mistake, the Browning is a good gun and I recommend it to those able to afford it. Personally, when I look at the two next to each other, I think the engraving and wood on the Fausti win the beauty contest. In terms of performance, both are good shooters and delivered comparable scores. On the Fausti, the barrel selector switch is not integrated into the safety, but is located on the trigger guard forward of the trigger. That may seem odd a first, but it does allow a shooter to switch barrels at the last second in a more shooter-friendly fashion without risking activating the safety and missing the shot.
So, comparing the Citori and Fausti one has two fine shooters with comparable fit. I don't have the numbers in front of me right now, but I think I recall the Fausti as being a wee bit lighter, and $300-$400 cheaper at MSRP when comparing the Fausti Volo Deluxe to a Citori. I don't think you'll go wrong with either choice. Just make sure the gun fits and feels right.