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Stoeger® 20 Gauge Condor Over/Under Youth Shotgun

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20 Gauge



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6.5 lbs.
Designed to offer smaller-framed hunters great balance and quick handling, the Stoeger 20 Gauge Condor Over/Under Youth Shotgun offers the same quality versatility as the full-sized Condors. Great for hunting or competition shooting, the Stoeger Youth Condor shotgun features a shortened butt stock and 22” barrels for superior balance and easy handling. This versatile, compact gun features an A-grade American walnut stock, bead sights, a blued receiver with highly polished finish and machine-turned, monobloc sides. Ventilated rib. Single trigger. Accepts screw-in IC and M choke tubes.
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Pump vs O/U

I am a beginner at sporting clays and was intrigued with another review for the Mossberg where you suggested the 870 as a starter and that O/U was for the more experienced. I have bought an 870 and BPS. Would explain the reason for your preference? I am 5' 7", so I am sensitive to LOP, reason I am reviewing youth model. You also recommended extended chokes for OU, would you explain that suggestion as well. Thanks.
1 year, 11 months ago
 - Charlotte
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I would have chosen the o/u for sporting clays, and overall for any beginner, due to ease of use, simplicity, and positive clearance for anyone. Overall it comes down to personal preference and the fit of the gun.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Pump for sporting clays is tough....especially if you shooting for score. If you are shooting for bird practice, then thats fine...replicating the field situation. O/U is no more advanced than a pump, and to me easier to use. In the field or at the clay range. Find a gun that fits you....doesn't matter if its youth or regular. Make sure stock fits well, and that it isn't too long or "awkward" to swing.... Most gunshops will have someone who can help with this, and almost ALL gun ranges have someone who would be MORE then glad to share their expertise....
1 year, 6 months ago
 - Niceville, Fl
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