Stoeger® Condor Over/Under Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
2

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.4 lbs.

20 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
2

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.9 lbs.

20 Gauge

Blued

Walnut

Barrel Length:
26"

Round Capacity:
2

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.8 lbs.
Great for hunting or competition shooting, the Stoeger Condor Over and Under shotgun offers something for everyone.  The Gauge Condor Over/Under Shotgun gives shooters the performance of a quality, performance Over and Under design at an affordable price. This versatile gun also features an A-grade American walnut stock, brass bead sights, and screw-in IC and M choke tubes.  Like all Condor models, the Condor has a blued receiver with highly polished finish and machine-turned, monobloc sides. Ventilated rib. Shell extractors. Single trigger.  
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Should have done more research i first purchased one in 2007 and took it on a SD pheasant trip. Glad I took a backup gun because it fell apart in the field. Did not use again until 2009 and again had problems with it. Stoeger "repaired" it even though warranty had expired. Worked okay when I received it but only saw limited use. Fast forward to 2014. Once again started falling apart while dove hunting. Contacted Stoeger and it was "repaired" once again. Took it pheasant hunting and same thing happened, the gun falls apart after about 10 -15 shots. Contacted Stoeger once again, sent gun back again, this time they sent me back a new gun. They did not explain what was actually wrong but I did notice a difference between the old and new gun. On the old gun the breakdown mechanism on the forearm has a thumbwheel to unlatch, the new one has a small lever. I haven't had a chance to shoot the new one but am optimistic the the problem has been engineered out of the gun. The old gun was a great value and I shot better with it than most. December 14, 2014
I Like This Shotgun I purchased this weapon as an entry level trap shotgun. I had the same issues as most people experienced with the tightness of the mechanism. As with others, it loosened up with use. Of course, I kept it very well lubricated. I am new to trap and had some issues with the chokes that came with the shotgun. I replaced them with a RedHead full and extra-full choke and my scores went up a bit. Even as a lefty, so far I'm very happy with the shotgun. July 27, 2014
Nice gun, cheap price I was a little eerie about buying this at first because its cheaper then your usual over/under. But wow, I tell you what, this thing shoots great for the price. I was giving the other people with the nice Browning's or Remington's a run for there money. Bought the gun for a trap shooting gun only. I can see in the future using this for anything. Not bad for the price. Happy with it. March 16, 2014
Excellent gun for the price This is a great shotgun. It is a natural pointer with great balance. The gun has one odd operation that should be noted. It has an automatic safety. When the gun is unloaded it is not possible to fire both barrels without cycling the safety between trigger pulls. This only happens when the gun is unloaded. When loaded, the gun fires both barrels without incident. Other than this, the gun is fabulous. I anticipate many years of use. December 3, 2013
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does the single trigger fire both barrels at once? can you select which barrel you want to fire?
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The single trigger works as follows: the lower barrel is the default first trigger pull. The upper barrel works as the second trigger pull. The firing sequence is reset when the shotgun is broken open. You cannot configure the default barrel so if you want to use the upper, you have to close, turn off the safety (which sets to on when you close the breach) and pull the trigger once. Now you're ready to fire the upper barrel.
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no, the one barrel fires and then the other there is no setting to fire both
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the bottom barrel shoots first then the top, only the supreme models have selective trigger
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Is the shotgun new or used?

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Brand new from Bass Pro
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They have used ones but if they can find a new one during the waiting period, they will. That is what they did for me.
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What choke tubes can I use?

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I'm looking for choke tubes that I can use from Bass Pro Shop. Stoeger has their own but I'm hoping for some from Bass Pro Shop. I'm looking to get more out of the shotgun with trap and skeet so an suggestion would really help. Thank you.
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RedHead chokes are compatible. I am currently using a RedHead full choke and an extra-full choke with my shotgun.
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I'm not sure that BPS has their own branded chokes... I bought replacement chokes for skeet from Briley Manufacturing who make the best aftermarket chokes by far! check them out on the web.
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It uses 2 3/4 and 3
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I dont believe so, and if they are, it doesnt hinder the performance of the shotgun. If thats keeps you on the edge, I would get it. It is a solid shotgun.
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