Stoeger® Condor Field Over/Under Shotgun Combo

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Finish
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12 Gauge/ 20 Guage

Blued

Wood

Barrel Length:
28"/26"

Round Capacity:
2

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.8 lbs.
Great for hunting or competition shooting, Stoeger Condor Over and Under shotguns offer something for everyone. The Condor Field Shotgun Combo offers even more versatility, giving you two barrels to match your shooting needs. This convenient combo includes a 28 Inch' 12 gauge barrel and a 26 Inch' 20 gauge barrel. This versatile gun also features an A-grade American walnut stock, bead sights, and screw-in IC and M choke tubes. Like all Condor models, the Field Combo has a a blued receiver with highly polished finish and machine-turned, monobloc sides. Ventilated rib. Shell extractors. Single trigger.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good gun for the money I bought this gun last fall and have shot trap with it as well as using it pheasant hunting in South Dakota. I have had no problems at all. I like to hunt with the 12 gauge barrel and do recreational shooting with the 20. I have shot about 300 rounds with it so far. February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Gun Excellent gun, have shot thousands, yes thousands of round of both 12 and 20.....LOTS of birds in the freezer!!!! If you want a no frills, beat it up, work horse of a gun that will go bang everytime then get this and be happy with your purchase, because I sure am!!! September 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Two in one will git'r done I bought this particular package so I could get two guns in one, both 12 and 20 gauge. So far I'm pleased with my purchase. Very simple to clean and to assemble/disassemble. Shoots smoothly and the recoil pad on the 12 is sufficient. I use this gun primarily for skeet and trap and also to better train for upland hunting. As an entry level gun, it is a whole lot for the money. Your actually saving some serious dough with interchangeable barrels and not having to buy two firearms. I shoot very consistent skeet scores with the 20 gauge. Stoeger models are threaded to fit browning invector chokes (not to be confused with invector plus) I only have two complaints. First, breaking open the action is very stiff initially until you have put at least 200-300 rounds thru it plus a good oiling. Also, the forearm grip doesn't seem to latch on very well when shooting the 12 gauge repeatedly like I do when shooting trap....recoil seems to loosen it (this is a non issue with the 20 gauge) I live in Florida, and during one round of trap, the forearm grip actually fell off when I broke open the action to remove a spent shell and the barrel came tumbling down into the sand below me. Needless to say it was embarrassing. The grip got dented from the fall and the barrel was rendered useless for the rest of the day. Fortunately, my club had a air compressor handy and we were able to remove all of the sand. Other then those issues, I have nothing else bad to say. Great gun for the money and I'd recommend it. July 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Buy Purchased about a 2 months ago and have taken it on recent duck and goose hunts. Shoots great, nice feel all around. The barrels are very easy to swap, even in the blind. I felt it would be a great way to have 2 guns for very little money and was right. The advantage of 2 barrels also gives my wife the option to shot without having to buy a separate smaller gauge. January 2, 2013
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Yes, the fore grip is designed for both barrels.
 
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Can it shoot 3 inch

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The manufacturer states this will chamber 2 1/2", 2 3/4", and 3" shells.
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It is 42 inches for the 26" barrel and 44 inches for the 28" barrel.
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