Condor Competition/Combo

Stoeger Condor Competition/Combo

The Stoeger Condor Competition/Combo is an over-under target shotgun chambered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge.

The Condor Competition looks fairly expensive because of its beautiful satin AA-grade walnut stock and blued steel barrel, but it costs around $629. It is also a slightly larger version than standard Condor.

What makes it different is about two inches. The Competition has a 30-inch barrel, and an adjustable cheek pad. Otherwise it has a single-selective trigger (SST), which means the trigger works for both barrels and there is a barrel selector located on the tang, or where the action hand’s thumb naturally falls on the back of the pistol grip.

The barrel is ported so gases expel slightly before the muzzle, which helps reduce recoil. The Competition is also available as a combo set with a 12 gauge and 20 gauge barrel and for lefties too.

Stoeger recommends the Condor Competition for skeet, clays and trap range shooting.


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