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benelli stoeger shotguns???

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just looking at buying a stoeger 2000 and was wondering if anyone else owns one and how its treatin them. Any opinions about the gun appreciated thanks

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I've had mine for a little over a year. Has worked great for me for turkeys and waterfowl. Definitely good bang for the buck.

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Mine shoots well, great waterfowl gun though I do little of that type of hunting. Pattern your gun however, as mine is about a foot left at 40 yards. Need to get another bead to correct this problem.

I got it with the combo deer barrel. Great deer gun. Extremely lightweight, and kicks much less than you'd think considering the light weight.

Joel

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I love mine, light weight, Greate Pheasent gun. grin.gif

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