Is Stoeger P3500 a good shotgun?

Is Stoeger P3500 a good shotgun?

The Stoeger P3500 is a versatile and affordable pump action shotgun that packs a punch. This gun performs like a top-of-the-line gun with a price tag of only $399. It feels great in the hands, and its pump action is smooth as butter.

Where is the Stoeger shotgun made?

The Stoeger Coach Gun is a double-barreled shotgun. It is marketed and distributed by Stoeger Industries in Accokeek, Maryland. It is manufactured by E.R. Amantino (Boito) in Veranópolis, Brazil.

Is TriStar a good shotgun?

The fit and finish is awesome. It’s incredibly light and the action is butter smooth. It will make a great youth shotgun or woman’s shotgun for a long time.

Is the Stoeger M3000 a good gun?

Conclusion. All things considered, Stoeger Industries’ semi-auto M3000 is an affordable alternative to some of the most popular shotguns in the market. By choosing the impressive price point firearm, you will not have to sacrifice aesthetics, reliability, or durability; it is truly a well-rounded shotgun.

What choke does a Stoeger P3500 use?

P3500 Pump

Item Number Barrel Length Finish/Stock
31880 28″ Black Synthetic
Additional Specifications Overall Length: 50″ Average Weight: 7.1 lbs. Chokes: M Type of Sights: Red-bar front sight Length of Pull: 14-3/8″ Drop at Heel: 2-1/2″ Drop at Comb: 1-1/2″ Minimum Recommended Load: 3-dram, 1-1/8 oz.
31881 26″ Black Synthetic

Can the Stoeger P3500 shoot slugs?

A cylinder choke is recommended for shooting rifled slugs in a smooth-bore barrel. Sabot slugs should only be shot through our fully-rifled slug barrels. It is not safe to shoot slugs through chokes tighter than those listed here.

How long does A Stoeger over and under shotgun last?

The gun is a little light and whip-y for my tastes and the trigger has a bit of play in it. Stoeger Industries has put together a good budget shotgun for field use. Under standard hunting use, this gun would probably have a 15-30 year serviceable life.

How much does A Stoeger Condor shotgun cost?

I expected to only shoot maybe 200 shells per month and figured that a budget gun would be fine. There were many reviews out there that said the Condor was a solid, well-built gun and others that said that it fell apart in their hands after only 50 shots. For the price, $475.00 off of, the 12 and 20 gauge combo model made sense.

How big is a 12 gauge Stoeger shotgun?

December and January were shot only with the 12 gauge barrels, a 1oz 1150 FPS load, and February and on have been with the 20 gauge barrels – 7/8oz 1155FPS load. Towards the end of January I noticed two things.

What’s the best temperature to shoot a Stoeger shotgun?

Since fixing that issue on the loader, (4,000 or so targets ago), not one fail-to-fire. The gun has been shot in temperatures from 18 to to 90 degrees Fahrenheit with no difference in reliability.