Stoeger® Uplander Side by Side Shotgun
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Based on a traditional English design, the StoegerUplander side by side double shotgun delivers the same performance at a great value. The field grade Uplanders features an eye-catching A-grade satin American walnut stock and brass bead sight. Its receiver is precision machined to exacting tolerances to ensure that the Uplander will hold up year after year. The tang-mounted safety automatically engages when the gun is broken open. Traditional double trigger. Equipped with extractors for faster reloading. Comes with IC and M screw-in choke tubes.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by FinAndFeather Worth The Money
I got this gun because I wanted a traditional style double gun but did not want a traditional price. I finally got to shoot the gun over birds for the opening of dove season. I was pleased with the handling and performance of the gun. It shot very well and I never had a problem. There was a learning curve due to the fact that every time you break the gun open and then close it the safety engages. Once that quirk was worked through, I had no other issues. I would recommend adding a recoil pad and some extended choke tubes.
September 2, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Expatriate That Don't Impress Me Much
Apart from good checkering on a beautiful walnut stock, chunky durability, and the traditional design, this gun falls down in so many areas. For whatever reason, it is much louder than other guns I've shot. Like all side-by-sides, the design is simple but it is a HEAVY beast to carry around. I walk up to fifteen miles in a day during hunting season and you wouldn't want to do that with this. The triggers are made out of some grainy metal, but at least there is no creep. The action is sloppy and almost gives the impression of being loose even though it's not. The whole thing handles kinda' like what it felt like to ride on the old tan Southwest Airlines 737 before they replaced them with new ones, and it seems to kick a lot even with no.8 shot. My advice if you want a side-by-side for 400 bucks is to get a used one from a reputable Spanish manufacturer that only weighs about six pounds and handles like a sports car, and is old but in decent condition. If there's no chokes, you can just add your own. You will be able to lead with that kind of gun, but with Stoeger you'll only take off tail feathers 'cause it always leaves you one step behind.
May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Taxlaw Great first gun
I purchased this gun for my daughter. She loves it. I have shot it on several hunts and clay courses and find it to be a great value
August 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by sanch grate poor mans gun
I shoot clays with a group on friday mornings, they all have upper end winchesters, bernili, & brownings. I would feel bad cause my sears model 300 could not keep up with them. BUT when I got this Stoeger, it's not let me down. shooting 10 of 10 almost all the time.
It may not be all that polished, but man it shoots good. Keep it clean & lubed and it won't let you down
May 5, 2012
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