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The TriStar Hunter EX LT is a break action overunder shotgun. It features steel inserts at the contact points within its aluminum alloy frame for added strength. This shotgun additionally sports a Turkish walnut stock and forearm engraved lightweight alloy receiver chrome lined chambers and barrels vent top and mid rib fiber optic sight single selective trigger and five Beretta-style choke tubes. The Hunter EX LTs top tang safety permits barrel selection while engaged.
Action OverUnder - Gauge 12 - Chamber 3 - Finish Black - Stock Walnut - Sights Fiber Optic - Chokes IC M F - Barrel Length 28 - Weight 6.8 lb - 3 Chamber Over and Under The Hunter EX LT features an aluminum alloy frame with steel inserts at contact points for added strength sealed actions to keep dirt out self-adjusting locking lugs top tang barrel selector and safety and steel mono-block barrel construction and Turkish Walnut with semi-gloss finish. Comes with 5 interchangeable Beretta Mobile style choke tubes (SK IC M IM F) choke box and choke wrench. Rubber recoil pad and backed with a five year mechanical warranty. - Extractors - Vent Top and Mid Rib - Fiber Optic Sight - Single Selective Trigger - Chrome-lined Chamber and Barrel - Engraved Receiver - Turkish Walnut Stock and Forearm - 5 Beretta Style Choke Tubes (SK IC M IM F) - 20ga weighs 5.4lbs and 12ga weighs 6.8lbs - Safety The primary safety is located on the top tang. When engaged the safety is designed to block the trigger hammer lever and the hammer which makes the firing mechanism immobile. The safety slides forward and backward (back is safe). When the safety is engaged the shooter may move it left or right to select which barrel will fire first. Placing the safety switch to the right will fire the top barrel first to the left will fire the bottom barrel first.
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