Foreign Shotguns

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  1. Dec 23, 2017 #1

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    Miroku made guns are excellent!!!!

    I have several foreign made shotguns -

    A Franchi Aspire .410 O/U made in Italy,
    A Browning Cynergy 12 ga O/U in Max 5 camo made by Miroku in Japan,
    A Mossberg SA-20 20 ga Turkey Thug semi-auto made in Turkey
    and a
    Mossberg / Maverick Thunder Ranch 12 ga O/U made in Turkey

    http://www.shotgunlife.com/shotguns...e-delivers-a-classic-upland-presentation.html

    http://www.browning.com/products/firearms/shotguns/cynergy/limited-availability.html

    https://www.mossberg.com/product/mossberg-international-sa-20-turkey-75790/

    http://www.mossberg.com/product/maverick-hs12-thunder-ranch-overunder-75462/
     
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  3. Dec 23, 2017 #3

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    My Stoeger-IGA Uplander 12 Gauge Side by Side... { Circa 1988 }



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    SPECS:

    • Caliber: 12 Gauge
    • Chamber: 2 1/2" ~~ 2 3/4" ~~ 3"
    • Ejection: Break Action
    • Capacity - 2 Shells
    • Triggers: Double / One Per Barrel
    • Furniture: AA Grade Gloss Walnut
    • Safety: Tang Mounted
    • Barrel length - 28"
    • Length of pull - 13"
    • Length overall - 44"
    • Weight - 7.5 Pounds

    Stoeger Industries' headquarters are in Accokeek, Maryland, United States. Stoeger is a wholly owned subsidiary of Benelli, which in turn is owned by Italian firearms manufacturer Beretta. Besides marketing a line of tactical and hunting shotguns as well as air rifles, Stoeger also serves as an FFL for importing firearms by Uberti.

    Prior to its acquisition by Beretta, Stoeger was located in New Jersey, and prior to that was the largest gun store in New York City.

    It all began in 1923, when Austrian immigrant Alexander F. Stoeger issued a price list from his New York City shop. In it, he announced that he was the “sole authorized importer for the United States and Canada of the genuine Mauser and Luger Arms and Ammunition.” German Luger pistols were among the first firearms Stoeger sold.

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    I have a soft spot for the Stoeger Uplander SxS and the Condor O/U. I lost mine in a house fire years ago and just never replaced them. I need to!

    My favorite import us the H&R Pardner Pump. Chinese. But it fits me well and I shoot it well. I bought it 5 orc6 years ago for an impromptu dove shoot. IIRC, I paid about $160 - $170 for it.
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    Under the weather and too lazy to open the safe for photos. ;)

    With the exception of a Remington 870 Trap model, all of my shotguns are foreign made in Japan.

    Browning Citori field grade 12 ga.
    Browning BSS (SxS) 12 ga.
    Browning Citori Lightning 28 ga.
    Browning Citori Crossover 12 ga.
    Winchester 101 Diamond Grade 20 ga.
     
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    I'm going to get a TriStar semi auto next. They are Turkish and I've read nothing but good stuff about them. Very reasonable price too....
     
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