Franchi lists it at 5.6 pounds. My scale called it 5.9. There's no reason to quibble over a few ounces because either way the gun is a wand. The forend is slim in hand, and the Affinity has a slender stock wrist to match. It is a light, lithe, long gun. It practically begs to be shot. Being accustomed to bulker 12 gauges it took me most of a round of skeet to get used to the Affinity. Once I did, I had no trouble shooting it straight. In fact, I liked it a lot. It functioned perfectly with light target loads and ground targets. It comes from the factory with a fair amount of drop in the stock, although you can change the dimensions significantly with the stock shims included with the gun.