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Stoeger Coach Gun SxS 12ga 20"

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Price
$400
Manufacturer
Stoeger
Caliber
12 Gauge
City
Gresham
State
Oregon
I have a Stoeger Coach Gun for sale in 12 gauge with 20" barrels. One barrel is a Modified choke, one barrel is an Improved Cylinder choke and has two triggers. Very few rounds fired (less than 20), walnut stock, blued metal, gel-lined leather butt pad. $400, buyer pays transfer.

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The barrel says 3" chamber, I'm afraid I don't know if it's safe with steel shot, that's usually dependent on chokes right? It's probably okay in the IC barrel but maybe not in the Modified barrel. Definitely DON'T take my word for it though, see if you can find some literature to be sure!

If you can't find anything I'll root around and try to find the manual to see if there's something about steel shot in there.
 
The barrel says 3" chamber, I'm afraid I don't know if it's safe with steel shot, that's usually dependent on chokes right? It's probably okay in the IC barrel but maybe not in the Modified barrel. Definitely DON'T take my word for it though, see if you can find some literature to be sure!

If you can't find anything I'll root around and try to find the manual to see if there's something about steel shot in there.
I believe steel shot issues are mostly with softer barrel steel on older shotguns. I’m not sure what the benefit of steel shot would be in a 20 inch barrelled shotgun, unless you live on a wetland and are afraid of shooting a bad guy and getting a ticket for using lead near waterfowl.
 
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I believe steel shot issues are mostly with softer barrel steel on older shotguns. I’m not sure what the benefit of steel shot would be in a 20 inch barrelled shotgun, unless you live on a wetland and are afraid of shooting a bad guy and getting a ticket for using lead near waterfowl.
Might get a wild hair and use it for ducks
 
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