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TriStar 12 Ga/28" Blued Barrel w/Multichoke & Walnut Stock
[24100]

$462.00
 
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2 Reviews. Average Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
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by Jason H Sunday 06 May, 2012
Great gun, for a great price. I purchased this gun after reading several online professional reviews. I was not disappointed. When you buy this, you are getting great Italian design (arguably on-par with the two B's) but Turkish manufacturing (which is higher quality than Italian manufacturing). I've read some reviews from folks that said the gun failed to feed rounds. I'd like to offer a counter point: The manual for this gun clearly states you need to feed at least 20 FULL LOAD rounds through the gun before it will cycle lower load rounds properly. If you know anything about high quality auto-loaders, this is pretty much a universal trait. I followed the instructions and had no problems. The "full loads" I used were steel 3", 1.5 ounce upland game rounds. I ran 25 through the gun in about 10 minutes (it hurt a bit). After that, I moved to wally-world grade target rounds. No issues. After testing the gun out a bit, I proceeded to the trap range, where I was quickly downing 19 out of 25 with no issues. Only downside to this gun is the ugly TriStar logo. If it bothers you that much, then you could pay $1000 more for one of the two B's. Otherwise, this is a GREAT gun.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Eric M Sunday 04 October, 2009
This is by far the worst gun I've ever shot in my life (former U.S. Army Armorer). This gun failed to eject the first shell on the first shot after a very thorough pre-cleaning and proper lubrication, trapping the second shell between the feed and the bolt. The second shot did exactly the same. SAVE YOURSELF $344 and don't buy this cheap piece of crap. This weapon is virtually useless, and is a waste of both wood metal and gunpowder.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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