Stoeger M3020 Semi-automatic Shotgun

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posted on January 15, 2014
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The new Stoeger M3020 is the company's latest addition to a line of quality, affordable shotguns for hunters and shooters. The M3020 is a 3-inch, 20-gauge semi-automatic shotgun that handles loads from 2 3/4-inch up to the potent 3-inch Magnum without adjustment.

At the heart of this gun is Stoeger's proven Inertia Driven operation system, which is contained primarily within the receiver. With no propellant gas venting into the action, the M3020 shoots clean and stays cleaner longer.

Barrel length available on this gun are 26- or 28-inch, and are fitted with a ventilated rib and red fiber-optic front sight for quick target acquisition, even under low-light hunting conditions. All M3020s come with three choke tubes and a shim kit for drop and cast adjustment.

MSRP on the M3020 is $599 to $699. For more gun specifications, including finishes and choke tubes, watch the video and visit Stoeger.

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