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I won a 20 gauge over and under TriStar shotgun. Anyone here have a shotgun by TriStar? Your opinion thoughts. I'm keeping it. Just wondering. Thanks
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My thoughts are: The price was right.

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I won a 20 gauge over and under TriStar shotgun. Anyone here have a shotgun by TriStar? Your opinion thoughts. I'm keeping it. Just wondering. Thanks
one guy in out trap league shoots a semi auto for trap and clays and loves it. Another bought one of their under singles and after three boxes of shells at practice an more at a sheet of cardboard found it to pattern over 3 deer high at 30 yards. This was after adjusting the comb and rib several times. It was sent back for “repair” but he sold it without shooting it again.
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an more at a sheet of cardboard found it to pattern over 3 deer high at 30 yards.
Three deer high?

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an more at a sheet of cardboard found it to pattern over 3 deer high at 30 yards.
Three deer high?
wow. Crazy I-phone autocorrect !
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Three feet high
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never heard of a Tristar, is American made or forein ,
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Turkey I believe
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Turkey, or at least they were. after hunting rabbits for years with my flintlock 20 gauge, I took a break and wanted to try something else and bought a Tristar o/u .410. although it was a VERY nice looking and handling gun, it gave me miss fire problems the entire 4 years I used it. sent it back 3 times and finally gave up and got rid of it to a friend that knew the history on it but wanted it any way. although their customer service was excellent and they tried to fix it, I finally had had enough. it was one of the earlier models and they have changed the design I think on the new ones.
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Yes Turkey.
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