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Stevens 411 UPLND SPRTR 12 28 MC3

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Model: 33500
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 78415
 
MFG: Savage Arms

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New In Box SAVAGE/STEVENS 411 Side-BY-Side Upland Sporter.

The Stevens 411 features include well-finished metal parts well-fitted
with European walnut. The modified "Prince-of-Wales" pistol grip
features cut checkering. An especially nice touch on a gun of the
411s price range are the laser-engraved side plates.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Chamber: 3"
Action: Side by side boxlock action, selective ejectors,
trigger mounted barrel selector
Finish: Blued steel with lazer-engraved side plates.
Safety: Automatic two-position tang safety
Barrel: 28" Hammer forged, chrome lined.
Sights: Non-glare raised rib with red flourescent front bead
and brass mid-bead.
Weight: 6.75 lbs.
Choke Tubes: Screw-in choke tubes (F, M & IC) designed to handle
steel shot.
Overall Length: 44.5"
Length of Pull: 13.75"
Drop at Comb: 1.75"
Drop at Heel: 2.75"
Stock: Matte lacquer European walnut pistol grip buttstock
and splinter forearm with cut checkering and black
rubber recoil pad.
Sights: Non-glare raised rib with red flourescent front bead
and brass mid-bead.
Features: Boxlock action with laser-engraved decorative
sideplates; laser engraved trigger guard and forearm
iron. Hammer-forged, chrome lined barrels with 3-inch
chambers designed to handle steel shot. Automatic tang
safety. Full, modified and improved cylinder choke
tubes supplied.

 

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