Stevens® 512 Gold Wing 12 Gauge Over/Under Shotgun
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The Stevens 512 Gold Wing 12 Gauge Over/Under Shotgun is a beautiful shotgun having blued with gold-attributed finish and a walnut stock with checkering. The receiver has a gold pheasant engraving. This over/under comes with a 3" chamber, carbon steel barrels, 5 choke tubes, and vent rib with front bead sight. Accepts 2-3/4'' or 3'' shells.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by appraisalguy Good gun for the money
I purchased the 512 Gold Wing 12 Gauge on Friday 5/24/2013 and was able to shoot it on 5/26. This gun is a great purchase for the money. It handled well on the trap range and other shooters in my group were asking about the gun after we finished the round. They couldn't believe what I had paid for the weapon and thought it was comparable to the $1200+ under/overs on the market. The gold trigger and dove caught their eye. I shot 125 rounds through it so far. Being new to shooting, I thought it handled well. Very easy to use and clean. I agree with some of the other reviews. The hinge is tight, but loosens with use. You have to make sure that you fully open the action when extracting spent shells. If you don't, the pins don't reset for the next firing. Other than that, I am satisfied with the purchase and look forward to years of shooting this weapon.
May 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jamanges Great Gun for the money
I bought this gun as a skeet gun. For me it is great it doesn't cost a ton but shoots great. Works so well I picked up another one that was just 6 months old for $350. I will be trying it on upland birds come fall. The only issue I have come across is when new it is stiff and you really have to make a point to open it all the way to cock it or it doesn't fire.
June 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ApplewoodCourt Nice
I just could not bring myself to pay $1500 - $2500 for a shotgun to put through the abuse that I dole out while out in the field. This is a great gun for the price, and I am very pleased with its performance. For ~$600 I am fine with actually using it no matter what the conditions - snow, sleet rain ... I have no doubts that it will be well worn. At some point, I will buy the shotgun equivalent of a "garage queen" - for those perfect days, but for now I will go the lower cost route, with no guilt about nicks and dings.
August 31, 2010
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