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bass pro special ou stoeger 20 ga

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#1 lonewolf5347


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Posted March 04 2016 - 05:42 PM

I been tossing it around on buying a 20 ga. for light sporting clays more like a when ever I get a chance to shoot.
I been shooting clays here with a few members 20 ga. O/U guns from high dollar to budget prices some fit me well others not so good.
I shot a Mossberg silver (older model) man this stock had a high comb the gentleman wanted to sell me but no way it fit me.
I read a few bad reviews on the newer models, price wise around the 599.00 mark.
I also look at a few CZ .TrStar which I handle this l past week end and did pretty good on the clays knocking 4 out of 5 each end.
I did also check out a Stoeger Conder I know from what I read it is a toss up out of Brazil bu bass pro had a special 399.00 with the 28" barrel.
The gun is a little on the heavy side but I am not small game hunting will be shooting sporting clays and the extra weight will be advantage to me to lighten recoil even more.
Well after all said and done with the rebates offered from bass pro out the door gun ran $345.00 hay if it shoots straight the rest is up to the shooter.
I did totally clean the internals removed the butt stock oiled all moving parts lots of packing grease in the bore and on the gun.I did also notice when I got home the rear receiver seem to a 32" step over the end the rear rib but it is not a 2,000.00 dollar firearm .
Gun locks up tight would say leaning more towards 7 lbs or high end 6+ lbs .
I called stoeger to day seem they installed the same choke in both barrel was going to drop one in the mail to-day.
5 year warranty can ask for much for that price as long as she she shoots straight

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#2 C6NY


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Posted March 04 2016 - 05:46 PM

Congrats and enjoy. Let us know how you like it once you get it outside.

#3 mickeyblueyes


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Posted March 04 2016 - 05:53 PM

I had one it was good for the price,first thing take out that auto safety. Very easy ,check you tube.

Mine kicked like a mule even with target loads so perhaps the 20 will be better, in the end I sold it and found a first gen Ruger Red Label. Like new. Good luck.

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Posted March 05 2016 - 04:36 PM

I did field test it to day Right On the Money
set up a target at 15 yards first barrel (Lower) dead on
second barrel a tad higher ( Top) again dead center Mass
looks like it will do the job :party

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Posted March 05 2016 - 05:31 PM

Pics, or this was just a dream......

#6 lonewolf5347


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Posted March 05 2016 - 07:09 PM


#7 NRATC53


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Posted February 14 2017 - 09:59 AM

Well, any added thoughts?

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