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The TriStar Viper G2 is a series of gas operated semi-automatic shotguns. They are available with wood or synthetic stocks and each Viper G2 features a chrome lined 3 chamber threaded barrel and Beretta-style IC M and F choke tubes. Additional features may include a vent rib with matted sight plane fiber optic sight quick shot plug removal barrel swivel studs tubular magazine soft touch stock and forend coating (synthetic models only) and adjustable comb (Sporting model only).
Action Semi Auto - Gauge 12 - Chamber 3 - Finish Black - Stock Walnut - Sights Fiber Optic - Chokes IC M F - Barrel Length 26 - Weight 6.8 lb - 3 gas operated semi-automatic shotgun that allows you to shoot light target loads to heavy waterfowl loads. Removable choke system that uses Beretta Mobile threads includes three choke tubes (IC M F) choke box and choke wrench. Turkish Walnut stock and forearm with cut checkering and semi-gloss finish. Rubber recoil pad backed with a five-year mechanical warranty. - Manual E-Z Load Magazine Cut-Off - Vent Rib w Matted Sight Plane - Fiber Optic Sight - 5 Round Magazine-Shot Plug Included - Quick Shot Plug Removal - Chrome-lined Chamber and Barrel - 3 Beretta Style Choke Tubes (IC M F) - Action Gas operated semi-automatic. Bolt remains open after last round is fired. If magazine and chamber are both loaded opening action will result in ejecting shell from chamber and cycling new shell from magazine into the chamber. If operator desires to unload the chamber only slightly push lifter up and open action. This cuts the magazine off from cycling a new shell while unloading the chamber. Chamber will remain closed though. - Safety The primary safety is located on the backside of the trigger guard. When engaged the safety is designed to block the trigger hammer lever and the hammer which makes the firing mechanism immobile. - Magazine Tubular magazine bottom loading. Shot plug is included and comes installed. Shot plug is easily removable by unscrewing the magazine cap. Simply pull plug out and replace magazine cap.
|Barrel Length||26 BARREL|
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