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Stoeger Coach Gun Shotgun - 410 Bore - 31410
Stoeger Coach Gun Shotgun - 410 Bore - 31410
 
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Tech Specs at a Glance:

Gauge: .410 Bore

Choke: IC, and M

Capacity: 2

Barrel Length: 50.8 cm / 20 in

Total Length: 36.5 in

Weight: 6.7 lbs

Refer to the "Technical Info" tab below for additional specifications.

Our Price: $649.00
Sale Price: $529.00

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Description Technical Info
 

Stoeger Condor Supreme Shotgun - 410 Bore - A Grade Satin Walnut :
Stoeger Coach Guns single and double trigger shotguns are based on the Old West stagecoach guards shotgun of choice. The handsome and affordable single- and double-trigger scatterguns pack a potent punch. All of these coach guns are ideal for Cowboy Action shooting and home defense.

Make these classic stagecoach defense guns your go-to for competition shootouts or added security at home

Features & Design

  • Available in 12-gauge, 20-gauge, or .410 bore
  • Chambered for 2-3/4 inch and 3 inch shells
  • A-grade American walnut stock
  • Traditional double triggers or fast-shooting single-trigger models
  • Shell Extractor
  • Screw-in chokes
  • Blue, matte nickel, or polished nickel-plated finishes


Example load types

  • Bird Shot : Birdshot is the smallest type of shotgun pellets. It is typically used by hunters who want to shoot birds or other flying wildlife. Inside a birdshot shell are small steel or lead spheres that scatter outward once it is fired from the shotgun. The more metal spheres, or pellets, that get packed into a shell the more the pellets will scatter around the target area. The reason why this type of ammunition works best for shooting birds is because it is easier to hit them with it.


  • Buckshot : Buckshot is shotgun ammunition that uses large metal pellets in the shotgun shells. When the buckshot is fired from the shotgun the pellets scatter outward just like the birdshot. The only difference is the buckshot does more damage than the birdshot because it uses larger pellets. The bigger the pellets, the more impact it will have on the target.


  • Slug : A slug is actually a word that describes a shotgun bullet. Most people use the term shot when describing the ammunition of a shotgun, but slugs are also another type of shotgun ammunition. The difference between birdshot and slugs is the slugs have a one solid lead or steel projectile that gets shot out. This makes them the most powerful and damaging ammunition you can use with your shotgun. There are actually many slug variations on the market