How much would you pay for a good semi-automatic shotgun? $500, $1,000, $1,500, $2,000?
The Cosmi makes use of an in-the-stock magazine tube to enhance its balance. Mag capacity can be established when your Cosmi is ordered, but standard is 6 + 1. Shells are inserted directly into the tube through the receiver, brass end first and to the back.
There are over 100 hand-polished and hand-fitted parts in the working mechanism of the Cosmi, but not a single screw will be found. The internals of the Cosmi shotgun are exquisitely precise and remind me of a fine watch.
Firing the Cosmi 20 gauge at the 5-Stand course at Auburn Trap Club. A number of my friends at the club that day got their chance to take a few shots with the Cosmi. The most popular comments afterward were, “Unbelievable! Amazing! There’s no recoil!” Photo by Paul Leliakov
Loading the second round into the magazine of the Cosmi is, initially, a tiny bit labor intensive. However, the handling, lack of recoil, speed and reliability of the Cosmi more than makes up for a short learning curve on second shell loading. Photo by Paul Leliakov
The Cosmi semi-automatic shotgun is in a class all by itself. Others have attempted to equal its unique design, distinctive style and classic lines, but there is still only one Cosmi.