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CZ-USA HAMMER COACH CH 12g 20"

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Model: 06130
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 23052
 
UPC: 806703061306
 
MFG: CZ-USA

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  • FAMILY:Coach
  •  MODEL:Hammer Coach
  •  TYPE:Shotgun
  •  ACTION:Side By Side
  •  FINISH:Blue
  •  STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock
  •  CALIBER/GAUGE:12 Gauge
  •  CAPACITY:2
  •  BARREL:20"
  •  CHAMBER:3"
  •  CHOKE TUBES: Fixed
  •  RECEIVER:Case Hardened
  •  SAFETY:Manual
  •  ADDL INFO:Double Triggers
  •  ADDL INFO:External Hammers
 
SPECIFICATIONS Login To Provide Specifications
Finish Blued
Action Break Open
Caliber 12 Gauge
Gauge 12 Gauge
Barrel Length 20"
Overall Length
Trigger Double Set
Safety Manual
Capacity 2
Stock wood
Drop 1.5" @ Comb & 2.5" @ Heel
Ignition
Chamber 3"
Weight 6.7 lbs

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4 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars! [4.5 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: George M on 03/16/2013 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
A little less than I expected. The wood is straight-grain walnut with knots, the barrels are nicely blued until you get to the dangerous end, where they look like they were chopped after bluing and then buffed on the ends, creating a half-inch of lighter bluing that shows in any light and almost looks like a home-job. The break-action is very stiff, and the lever does not return to center after the action is locked, it only partially returns because it feels bound-up. It has a nice look otherwise, but given the chance to go back in time I would not buy it for over $800. I'll see what I can do to loosen up the action, but I won't be spending money for better wood or bluing at the barrel ends.

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Reviewed By: Clifford H on 02/21/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This little SXS is amazing! Built like a tank and esthetically quite pleasing. It does harken back to a time long gone but still has a use. This one is a keeper and will stay in the family.

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Reviewed By: Joseph L on 04/28/2009 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Good fit and finish. Shoots well. Great looking Cowboy Action gun.

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Reviewed By: Charlie B on 12/09/2008 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this Coach Gun without reviewing the stats on it. I am very pleased on what it has to offer.It has a 19th century color case hardening and fully functional external hammers and Turkish walnut pistol grip stock. with "real" hammers is similar to a revolver in one sense: even though it's loaded, with the hammer(s) down, there's no springs under stress; nothing is "aging". The same can't be said for a pump or a semi-auto.

If it's a double-trigger coach gun, there's also ammo selection. If I choose, I can load 00 in one tube and a slug in the other. Or 00 in one and #6s in the other. That gives me flexibility to make a spur of the moment ammo decision. All I gotta do is remember which trigger activates which barrel. You can't do that with a pump.

And a short-barreled double is more compact and "handier" than a pump. Swings quicker.

And if you think two shots ain't enough, what makes you think six or eight are? If that's your deal-breaking criterion,maybe you should be answering the knock at the door with an M4Gery with a Beta-C mag. Or at least a Saiga 12 with a 10-rd magazine.

Or you can double your available ammo by doing what the dangerous game hunters carrying double rifles do: put two spare rounds between the fingers of the support hand.

This was a good SxS to buy and more people are getting on the band wagon. If I was you I would at least handle and do some research on this great SxS.

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