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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-03-2010, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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Stoeger Condor

Hi guys I dont have to many post on here yet but i have been talking to my dad about buying a new shotgun for hunting and sporting clays both.I would like to get the stoger condor. I shoot sporting clays every now n again i shot on a team with rock mountain last year and plan to for the next two years untill i graduate. but i realy like the look of this gun and it fits in to my price budget (workin at a grocery store i dont make to much) I called a gun shop close to us and he can get me out the door for 325 i realy like the gun amd was wandering if anyone else has the gun and how they like it.

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-03-2010, 11:35 PM
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Re: Stoeger Condor

ive had one for since about 1991 or so, i like it. never had any problems at all. but ive heard of a few having a problem kicking the safety back on after the first shot.

dont know if that issue was ever fixed

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Re: Stoeger Condor

i have on also and love it!! had it for +/- 7 yrs and never had a prob. the finish isnt gonna hold up like a higher priced gun, but then again for the price you dont have to worry about "babbying" it
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-04-2010, 12:22 AM
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Re: Stoeger Condor

Did you consider looking into used guns? You should be able to get a decent autoloader of better quality than the Stoger for about the same price. You do not need an O/U for clays. Just a thought I figured I'd throw out there.
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Re: Stoeger Condor

there's a lanber in the for sale column -- 400 bucks with no dickering - -look at the wood -- if in good shape, this would hold up to the rigors of sporting clays for a while should you get into it.
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Re: Stoeger Condor

I know that i dont need and o/u but i rele would like one i am not a big fan of semis and i already have a pump (not good for simos lol) I have shot semis but rele like overand unders and i wouldnt mind a used shoutgun but i realy would like to shoot it first and look at the guns in person i have been looking on here and i think me and dad are going to go to a couple gun shops to look thanks for the input but any more is helpful

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Re: Stoeger Condor

there are a lot of guns out there that will hold up well for hunting use - may be a bit rough around the edges, but for hunting, they may last a lifetime.

Enter a shooting game shooting 100 rounds a clip - even just 10 times a year = 1000 rounds which is more than a lot of hunting guns ever get shot. You need something a bit more put together than the average bear.

You have the right track - go around, see what fits - get something quality. I've seen a lot of beretta's and brownings in th 600 range - they're rare, but do happen.
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is a lanber any good and has anyone shot one of these lol i am so back and forth i want to amke a good descison

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Re: Stoeger Condor

https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/ubbt...25#Post1648425

Here's the link to the FS ad.

If you want to research shotguns - there's another site - google shotgunworld. You'll find more info on that site than you can read. There's even a forum on there for lanber lovers -- I research any shotgun there, and...they have a for sale column too.
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My son shoots for the Factoryville Sportsmens Club Team and uses a Stoeger STF 3000 20 GA over/under. Has about 2000 rounds through it. Had it worked on for the safty and upper firing pin after I got it. It does shoot farely well. I would shop around for a used better quility shotgun. I found his youth model to also be a lot heavier then my Remington Primier. But the recoil is a lot less with his. Looking at the Mossberg over/unders at Gander around 500.
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