Inside the Stoeger Model 2000 semi-auto shotgun is the Inertia Driven® operating system. The Inertia Driven system is the heart of the world’s most prestigious and reliable autoloaders.
Inertia Driven system has only three moving parts in the bolt—the
inertia spring, the bolt body, and the rotating locking head—for more
reliable operation. The operating system is mostly contained in the
receiver, giving the Model 2000 a trimmer fore-end with better balance.
The Stoeger Model 2000 fires everything from 1-1/8 ounce field
and target loads to the heaviest 3” waterfowl loads without adjustments.
Plus, with no propellant gas venting into the operating system, the
Model 2000 stays cleaner.
Reliability, versatility, and value
make the Model 2000 the ideal semi-auto shotgun. No other in its price
range even compares.
Choose from Realtree® APG™, Advantage Max-4 HD™, black synthetic, or satin walnut finishes.
Five choke tubes—from cylinder to extra-full turkey—come standard with the Stoeger Model 2000: C, IC, M, F, XFT, and wrench
A red bar front sight helps you pick up the target even in low-light hunting situations .
The bolt assembly includes an inertia spring and a rotating locking head. These features set Stoeger semi-autos apart from the competition.
A cavity is designed into the butt
stock of the Stoeger Model 2000 to allow installation of an optional,
mercury-filled recoil reducer.