Driven by Stoeger's Inertia Driven® operating system, the Stoeger Model 2000 semi-auto shotgun delivers versatility and reliability at a great value. One of the most reliable autoloaders on the market, the versatile Model 2000 handles a wide range of loads, from 1-1/8 ounce field and target loads to the heaviest 3'' waterfowl loads, without adjustment. The heart of the Model 2000, the Inertia Driven system has only three moving parts in the bolt, an inertia spring, the bolt body, and a rotating locking head, for more reliable operation. This simplistic system uses no propellant gas venting in, keeping the gun cleaner. Five choke tubes, from cylinder to extra-full turkey, come standard. Red bar front sight helps you pick up the target even in low-light hunting situations. Realtree MAX-4™ finish.
Rated 1 out of 5 by SX3hunter42 Terrible Shotgun
I bought this gun because of the price, and after a year with it i found out that was the only thing good about it. It failed to eject most loads and it would not fully reload after a shot and i would have to push the loader up by hand. Sent it in to Stoeger 3 times. Each time they sent it back it had the same problems after a few boxes had ran through it. DO NOT BUY THIS GUN.
March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SouthTxDoveHunter Very Happy
I bought this gun last summer and I'm extremely happy with it. I can honestly say it's a slight upgrade from my Benelli Nova. It's semi automatic, lighter weight and has less recoil. Great gun for the price.
February 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by gamechanger stoeger 3000
awesome gun, bought it a couple months ago and have shot 500 plus rounds through and no jams or malfunctions of any kind. cleaned after about 300 rounds and was barely even dirty. great gun
November 1, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by womanhunter1962 Very disappointed
purchased this gun mainly because it is made by Benelli and is one of the lightest weight semi-auto's available at a reasonable price. first dove season things went well but last year had ejection problems every single time I've taken out in the field. gun has been cleaned but that doesn't seem to make a difference. after about 5 - 10 shots the gun will not completely eject the shell and by the time i get it cleared the flock of doves is long gone.
August 10, 2012