Caesar-Guerini

#91 | Modern Shotgun Manufacturing with Wes Lang and Giorgio Guerini of Caesar Guerini – Project Upland Podcast

Talking shotguns with Wes Lang and Giorgio Guerini.

We’re always making our guns better. The last thing on the table that we discuss is cost. We start with the premise of what makes the gun better first.

Wes Lang – President, Caesar Guerini USA

With a name like Caesar Guerini, one might mistakenly assume that the shotgun company associated with the name has been around for ages. Obviously it’s Italian, and likely steeped in the culture and history of gun making in that part of the world. While history and culture are absolutely a part of what makes Guerini USA special, the age of the company might surprise you.

Founded near the turn of the century, yes, the current century, Caesar Guerini combines the finest details, craftsmanship and aesthetics of traditional gun making with state of the art precision manufacturing made possible only by modern technologies.

On this episode of the Project Upland Podcast, shotgun editor of Project Upland Magazine, Gregg Elliot, joins me for a conversation with Wes Lang and Giorgio Guerini of Caesar Guerini. We explore the story and history of the company as well as break down what makes a Caesar Guerini one of the finest shotguns in production today.

Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast to learn more about modern shotgun manufacturing and the Guerini story.

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Last modified: February 17, 2020

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