I am not sure of the model but it was pug ugly and heavy as hell. It certainly did not shoot accurately at all. I admit there could be other reasons for this, i.e. shooter error etc. but as he was a firearms dealer and he was not impressed (he infact returned it) speaks volumes. it was the first Sabatti I had seen and was not impressed with the way it performed in the field. it cycled badly and I don't think the build quality was good. You only have one chance at a first impression.I'm curious --- Please define your meaning of crap.