TriStar Announces New 20 Gauge Raptor Shotguns

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posted on January 15, 2014

TriStar Arms has expanded its popular Raptor line, with the addition of a 20-gauge Raptor model that will be available in both Muddy Girl camouflage and the Vista Next Micro Print pattern.

The Raptor provides a 3-inch chamber to take 2 ¾-inch or 3-inch shells and allows shooters to use both light and heavy waterfowl loads. Both new models are gas operated, with a 24-inch barrel, and come with a fiber optic front site, swivel studs, and three choke tubes (IC, M, F).

The MSRP for the 20-gauge Raptor Youth camouflage is $489 while the 20-gauge Raptor Youth Muddy Girl pattern is $459.

20 Gauge Raptor Features:

• Manual E-Z load magazine cut-off
• Vented rib with matted sight plane
• Fiber optic site
• 5 round magazine (shot plug included)
• Chrome-lined chamber and barrel
• Swivel studs
• Average weight: 6.1 lbs
• Stock Dimensions: 1 ½”x 2 ½”x 13”

Get a closer look at the Muddy Girl version of the new Raptor in the video embedded below.

For more information, go to TriStarArms.com.

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