The Stoeger Condor Supreme is an over-under shotgun chambered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge.
The Supreme is slightly different from the standard Condor because it has a single-selective trigger (SST), so there is one trigger and a barrel selector.
Features include a beautiful walnut stock with a satin finish. It has a vent rib barrel with a brass bead front sight, and two chokes and auto-ejectors, which spring used shells out when the user breaks it open.
Stoeger recommends the Supreme for leisure shooting and hunting game.
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