Video: TriStar Arms Cobra Mag Shotgun

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posted on February 4, 2016

TriStar Arms has had success with its Cobra line of pump-action shotguns, which has provided a reliable, affordable option to waterfowl and turkey hunters the world over for some time now. For 2016 the line is getting an extension, in the form of its first 3½-inch model: the new Cobra Mag.

As you might expect, the Cobra Mag is everything you've enjoyed about the Cobra line, just in a 3½-inch chambering. It still uses the Beretta/Benelli Mobile Threads, still includes three choke tubs and is still backed by the company's 5-year warranty.

Features:
• Extended Forearm for Superior Fit and Feel
• Vent Rib w/ Matted Sight Plane
• Fiber Optic Sight
• 5 Round Magazine
• Quick Shot Plug Removal
• Chrome-lined Chamber and Barrel
• Swivel Studs
• 3 Beretta Style Choke Tubes (IC, M, F)
• Next Micro Print Camo Pattern

You can learn more about the new offering in the video embedded above.

For more information, go to TriStarArms.com.

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