Secondly, At 6 1/2 pounds with a pair of 20-inch barrels, the Stoeger Coach Gun is a simple, also effective tool for home defense,” wrote Dave Campbell when he reviewed one for American Rifleman. “The barrels are short enough for quick handling and its basic break-open design allows it to be used by virtually anyone. Again, so many questions are being question if the gun has a choke, what you need to know is that; The standard model has fixed chokes, one Improved Cylinder and one Modified, and does not have a recoil pad. The gun has a single trigger, ported barrels, internal hammer design and a fixed Improved Cylinder choke.
Thirdly, The term “coach gun“ emerged in 1858 when Wells, Fargo & Co. began regular stagecoach service from Tipton, Mo., to San Francisco, Calif. Also, It was a moniker earned through circumstance by a generic class of guns. These were compact, side-by-side double-barreled shotguns featuring barrels in the 12- to 20-in.
Again, The solidly constructed M3000 shotgun will more than fulfil your hunting needs. It’s the perfect choice for waterfowl, wild turkey, or upland game birds. For reliability and performance, no other semi-auto in its price range compares to the rugged, practical M3000.
Used Stoeger Coach Gun For Sale.
The Coach Gun Supreme makes a distinctive statement for cowboy action shooters, plus it works hard as a field gun. This shotgun was first developed as a traditional double-trigger model for Cowboy Action Shooting. Now it’s also available in a fast-shooting single-trigger model.
- 12 or 20 gauge
- 3 finish options: blued, stainless, or nickel
- AA-grade gloss walnut stock and beaver tail forend
- Extensive cut checkering
- Soft rubber recoil pad already fitted
- Improved cylinder, modified choke tubes, and choke wrench included