Stoeger Coach Gun

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Mac_Fan, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. Mac_Fan

    Mac_Fan
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    Bi-Mart has a Stoeger Coach Gun (12ga. side by side) for $299.00. Every time I go in to buy some ammo I stare at it for a while and think "Why am I not buying that?" Am I just romancing the idea of some old John Wayne film and soon to regret it's purchase if I break down? Who owns one? Do you like it. I'm not into Cowboy Action Shooting so it wouldn't be used for that. Mainly, just to have a SXS.
     
  2. Bello425

    Bello425
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    Boy they have gone up in price. I bought one of those almost 6+ years ago and they did not look as well made as what is offered now. I never got to shoot mine, was a bedside companion, until I found something better. I'm looking at their 2000 model shotgun semi auto w/ pistol grip.
     
  3. swoop

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    Cool shotty, and Bi-Mart is giving $20.00 off all Stoeger and Benelli shot guns this week.
     
  4. the4thshake

    the4thshake
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    The fit and finish on the Stoegers doesn't impress me. That same gun has caught my eye at Bi-mart a time or two. The gun has an alure to it. Yet every time I have the salesman bring it down for me the excitement fades away. Then again, if it were a better finished gun it would cost more.
     
  5. dario541

    dario541
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    These guns are made in Brazil. I don't know how good their craftsmen are. Still, it looks like it would be handy to have close to the bed at night. Two shots were enough for stagecoach guards.
     

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