Stoeger Condor Combo Delivers Two Shotguns in One for Value, Versatility

New Stoeger Condor Combo
New Stoeger Condor Combo
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Stoeger Industries

ACCOKEEK, Md. -(Ammoland.com)- Upland hunters and sport shooters no longer need to decide between 12 and 20 gauge shotguns with the new Stoeger Condor Combo.

The Condor Combo is a two-barrel set that allows one over-and-under shotgun to be the two most popular shotgun gauges, ideal for hunters who stalk a variety of gamebirds and perfect for new shooters.

In its 12-gauge configuration, the new Stoeger Condor Combo features a 28-inch blued steel barrel with an overall length of 42 inches that weighs in at 7.2 pounds.

The 20-gauge configuration of the Condor Combo has a 26-inch blued steel barrel, giving the shotgun an overall length of 42 inches and a weight of 6.6 pounds.
The new Stoeger Condor Combo features an A-Grade Satin Walnut stock, IC and M screw-in chokes and a brass bead front sight for easy target acquisition. With an MSRP of $679, the new Stoeger Condor Combo also comes with a 5-year warranty.
Stoeger Condor Combo (Two Barrel Set):
COMMON SPECIFICATIONS: Gauge: 12 and 20. Action: Break. Chambering: 2-3/4, 3 inch. Capacity: 2. Barrel Length(s): 28 inches (12-gauge barrel); 26 inches (20-gauge barrel). Stock: A-Grade Satin Walnut. Finish: Blued. Overall Length: 42 inches (12-gauge barrel); 42 inches (20-gauge barrel). Weight: 7.2 pounds (12-gauge barrel); 6.6 pounds (20-gauge barrel). Length of Pull: 14-1/2 inches. Drop at Comb: 1-1/2 inches. Drop at Heel: 2-1/2 inches. Sights: Brass Bead Front Sight. Chokes: IC, M. Warranty: 5 years. MSRP: $679.

 

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About Stoeger Industries:

Stoeger firearms deliver affordability and quality. Make Stoeger your source for hunting, cowboy action shooting, and home defense firearms, including double-barrel over & under shotguns, side-by-sides, semi-autos, pump-actions, pistols, and accessories.

For more information on Stoeger Industries, please visit their website.

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    I would jump on this in 28 gauge and .410. Or, 16 gauge and 28 gauge.

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    Dale

    If the 20-gauge barrel is 2 inches shorter than the 12-gauge barrel (26 vs. 28), how is the overall length the same at 42 inches?

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    Wayne Clark

    Something that makes you go…hmmmm!