Midwest Gun Works Offers Franchi Parts and Accessories

Franchi, an innovative Italian gun maker famous for its legendary semi-auto shotguns, now available at MGW online.

Franchi Recoil Reducer
Franchi Recoil Reducer
Midwest Gun Works
Midwest Gun Works

Pevely, Mo. (Ammoland.com) – Midwest Gun Works Inc., (MGW), a one-stop shop for firearm parts, accessories and gunsmithing

services, announces the Franchi Pro Shop section at MidwestGunWorks.com. Franchi, an innovative Italian gun maker, is famous for legendary semi-auto shotguns like the Spas-12, which was featured in movies such as Terminator, Jurassic Park and others.

Midwest Gun Works carries an assortment of parts and accessories for Franchi models, including, but not limited to, barrels, choke tubes, forends and stocks, recoil reducers and ammunition.

Midwest Gun Works carries a variety of Franchi barrels, including the Franchi 720 26″ Polished Blue 20ga Barrel, which includes a Franchi Choke Wrench and Franchi Full, Modified and Improved Cylinder choke tubes. The barrel has a 3″ chamber. The Franchi 720 26” Polished Blue 20ga Barrel is available at MidwestGunWorks.com for $375.

Franchi 720 26" Polished Blue 20ga Barrel
Franchi 720 26″ Polished Blue 20ga Barrel

Midwest Gun Works also carries Franchi® stocks, including the Franchi Renaissance Field Stock 20/28GA. This stock includes the recoil pad with insert, along with a new stock bolt washer and stock bolt.  This stock requires fitting by a qualified gunsmith. It has a refined feel and fit and is a great addition to any Franchi. The Franchi Renaissance Field Stock 20/28GA can be found at MidwestGunWorks.com for $415.

Another popular product carried by Midwest Gun Works is the Franchi Recoil Reducer. This product will fit the Franchi® I-12, 912, 712 and 612 models with synthetic stocks, as well as the Stoeger M2000 and P350 synthetic stocks.

It’s lightweight at a trim 13oz. and makes for more comfortable shooting and a more accurate shot. The Franchi Recoil Reducer is available at MidwestGunWorks.com for $80.

Franchi Renaissance Field Stock
Franchi Renaissance Field Stock

Broken part? Midwest Gun Works carries a part to fix nearly everything on a Franchi.

Bolt handles, magazine extensions, shotgun rails and sights, Midwest Gun Works carries all of these and more. All are reasonably priced and can be shipped. They can be found at www.midwestgunworks.com.

To find out more about Franchi at Midwest Gun Works, visit www.midwestgunworks.com or become part of the conversation on Facebook.

 

About Midwest Gun Works, Inc.:

Midwest Gun Works was founded in Pevely, Missouri in 1997 by Rich Mcgehee and Jon Warden. Passionate about providing customers with the finest in gunsmithing craftsmanship, shooting accessories and both current and obsolete gun parts, MGW became the go-to provider of gunsmithing services for the likes of Cabela’s, Gander Mountain, Bass Pro, Scheels, Beretta, Browning, Winchester and many more companies. www.midwestgunworks.com.

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    looking for butt stock for a franchi 20 gage.

    Marty
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    Hi
    Looking for a AL48 friction ring for a 12ga

    Dominic Portillo
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    Dominic Portillo

    Hello
    I have a SPAS-12 and am Looking for a pre-drilled bolt latch release . Do you have one in stock I can purchase?

    bruce rowe
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    bruce rowe

    iam looking for a ou barell for 2004 trap gun can you help

    Dan Sinkler
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    Dan Sinkler

    Am looking for a schematic for a Franchi model I-12. do you know where I can find one.?

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    ron

    I need a magazine tube for a 20ga franchi (48al)

    Ken Whitaker
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    Ken Whitaker

    I have a 12ga Franchi Affinity with a composite stock cameo the cap came off the pistol grip exposing a large hole can you help me? Regards Ken Whitaker