Gun Deals: Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action Shotgun $199.49 FREE Shipping

Check out our Daily Gun Deals page for more savings!
Need more 9mm Ammo? Then BookMark this page!
Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action Shotgun March2021
Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action Shotgun

USA – -( has a sale on the Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action shotgun in 12 Gauge, 18.5″ Barrel, 5+1 Rounds for just $199.49 after a coupon code and with FREE shipping and membership.

Dickinson Commando XX3B-2 12 Gauge Pump Action ShotgunBuy Now Gun Deals

Top quality that won’t blow your budget! The Dickinson® XX3B-2 is designed and manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility located in Huglu, Turkey. Here, they combine a blend of old-world craftsmanship with modern technology to create a firearm that’s lightweight, reliable and extremely accurate.

  • Fixed cylinder bore
  • Barrel, fore-end, and bolt are easy to remove for cleaning
  • Fires both 2-3/4″ and 3″ shells
  • Order today!
  • Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 681295
  • Gauge: 12
  • Action: Pump
  • Capacity: 5+1
  • Barrel length: 18.5″
  • Stock: Synthetic
  • Chamber: 3″
  • Sights: Rifle-style front
  • Overall weight: 6 lbs.
  • Mfg. Number: XX3B-2
  • UPC: 646809581168

This partnership is what makes the XX3B-2 a Dickinson and not just another ordinary shotgun.

Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action Shotgun $199.49 FREE Shipping CODE

The Dickinson Commando XX3B-2, Pump Action Shotgun is well-reviewed:


Daily Deal Disclaimer: The product represented in this AmmoLand News announcement is a short-term money-saving deal we find at third party retailers unrelated to AmmoLand Inc. Be forewarned that many of these “deals” will sell quickly or potentially expire in a few hours from the initial online publishing time or date. AmmoLand Inc. does not stock inventory or operate a shopping cart. When we find an exciting offer on gun products, we will be passing along those offers to AmmoLand News readers so you can try and save cash. When you leave to make purchases please be sure of what you are agreeing to buy and have applied all the appropriate coupon codes (subject to expiration out of our control) or taken the necessary steps to reproduce our highlighted deals in your shopping cart at these third party retailers. AmmoLand Inc (operating as AmmoLand News, at is not responsible for changing prices, inventory availability, or expiration dates, discrepancies, or changes in product descriptions or models or for what you agree to purchase from these affiliate-link promoted websites. AmmoLand Inc can not correct, change, or help you return or warranty products purchased from other businesses online. All we can do is point out a few deals when we find them to help you save $$.

If you want us to email you each daily gun deal, subscribe to our daily email list.

Consider checking our Gun Deals Coupon page and our past featured Daily Gun Deals page for additional savings from your favorite industry partners. Thank you very much for your support and I hope we save you some money by highlighting these sweet daily deals. Enjoy!

Some of the links on this page are affiliate links, meaning at no additional cost to you, Ammoland will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.
Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

It’s a shotgun. It doesn’t even have an adjustable choke. Anytime you see such a huge price drop, is because it’s not selling well. Word.


True, but is it any good. I mean, it’s probably better than a stick, but how’s the reliability. It might be a great option for folks that can’t afford a Benelli or equivalent, but want to protect themselves & their family.


Yes, it’s better than a stick. But for about $50-60 more, you could get a Mossberg Maverek 88 or even a used Mossberg. Stick with the tried and true.


Fully agree, but good luck finding a Mossberg anything these days. Bought a dick-in-son here a few months ago as an alternative. Would not advise anyone to repeat my mistake.


I bought one of these (name sounds like incestuous father-son act) shotguns a few months ago. Cheaply made. Receiver pin that holds the trigger assembly etc in fell out multiple times before I even put five shots through it. Finally gave up. Cheap spring type piece holds the pin in place. Never again. Don’t waste your money.


I have a Norinco and it serves the purpose!!!!!


Ahhh… By the one, single negative vote, it would seem I struck a nerve with the one, single, Dickinson employee.


Soooooo, you pointed out that their closest competitor is DICKINGOAT on the other side of the rocks ?