Like I said on the other shotgun site, I do not believe that gun was made with 25 inch barrels. I would suggest examining the muzzles and chokes carefully.
25 inch barrels are a hard sell these days, and shortened barrels demolish the value of the gun.
The picture of a vintage ad in your other posting, shows the Brescia in 20 gauge was only available in 26 inch barrels in N. America, at that point.
I wouldn't be surprised that the gun's barrels were actually finished at 660 mm.
I am just advising due caution in examining the gun.
Last edited by Saskbooknut; 02/23/21 10:36 AM. Reason: Fuller reply