Syren Offers Women Upland Hunters Five Shotgun Options

a5cabe68-2d7f-4348-823c-5d3bdc74426e With upland bird hunting seasons kicking off, women hunters may choose from among five excellent field guns offered by Syren. Designed by women hunters for women hunters, Syren, a division of Caesar Guerini and Fabarm, makes shotguns that fit women – right out of the box. Syren’s line of shotguns features a Monte Carlo comb, reduced length of pull, cast and pitch built for female anatomy and a tighter radius in the grip for female hands.
 
Christine Cunningham, on Syren’s pro-staff, upland hunts in the mountains of Alaska. “What attracted me to Syren most was the genuine effort of a gun maker to create a line for women, and no just any line, but one that spoke to what I already loved in a shotgun – finely made double gun with the natural beauty of a wood stock. In the field, it is a delight to carry and shoots well,” said Cunningham. She chooses to hunt with the Syren Elos Venti.
 
After her first hunt with the Syren Elos Venti, Cunningham noted, “It all fit me like a pair of shoes I couldn’t bring myself to return.”
 

Syren’s Field Guns

 

Syren Magnus – Available in 20 and 28 gauge and combo sets with 5 chokes.
  • MSRP: From $4,850 to $6,705 (combo sets)
 

Syren Tempio – Light bird gun with hand polished coin finish receiver in 20 and 28 gauge and combo sets with 5 chokes.
  • MSRP: $3,995 to $7,765 (combo sets)
 
Syren Tempio Light – Nickel alloy receiver for even lighter weight. Available in 20 and 28 gauge and combo sets with 5 chokes.
  • MSRP: $3,995 to $7,765 (combo sets)
 
Syren Elos Venti – Made for the field and/or the gun club, this shotgun comes in 20 and 28 gauge with 5 chokes.
  • MSRP: $2,995 to $3,120
 
Syren Elos Venti Light – Almost a pound lighter than the Elos Venti, in 20 and 28 gauge, with 5 chokes.
  • MSRP: $2,995 to $3,120
 
Discover the beautiful line of Syren’s field guns at http://syrenusa.com.
 
Christine Cunningham shares a moment of rest with her bird dog and the Syren Elos Venti.
Photo Credit: Steve Meyer and courtesy of Syren USA.