All Stoeger shotguns are reliably accurate, and the M3000 is no exception. While it doesn’t have the best swing, it does offer supreme control and handling.
The Coach gun was ubiquitous in the Wild West for defending stagecoaches, which is why sitting in the passenger seat became known as riding shotgun!
The Condor may look like your grandfather’s over/under, but their high-grade satin walnut finish and balanced build – these are state-of-the-art firearms.
When it comes to shotguns, no country makes ‘em like Italy. Stoeger – founded in 1924 – has some of the best technology and expertise in the world!
The new Browning A-5 semi-automatic shotgun may share many resemblances with the older model of the same name, but ‘this ain’t your grandpa’s Auto-5’!
Firing the Springfield SAINT was such an interesting experience. I used the factory-installed sights and I was shooting in groups around 1¾” at 100 yards!
Springfield took the M14 platform, made a few essential changes, and turned it into a civilian legal semi-auto, under the new name: Springfield M1A.