Description

Item Number: 104176
Stoeger Coach Gun Shotgun 20" 20Ga - Satin Walnut Single
Stoeger Coach Guns single and double trigger shotguns are based on the Old West stagecoach guard’s 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.
FEATURES
- Chambered for 2-3/4 and 3-inch shells
- Traditional double triggers or fast-shooting single-trigger models
SPECIFICATIONS
- Item Number: 31461
- Barrel Length: 20"
- Finish/Stock: A-Grade Satin Walnut, Blue, Single-Trigger
- Overal Length: 36.5"
- Average Weight: 6.8 lbs
- Chokes: Fixed IC, Fixed M
- Type of Sights: Brass bead
- Length of Pull: 14-1/2"
- Drop at Heel: 2-1/2"
- Drop at Comb: 1-1/2"
- Trigger: Single

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How do you let off both barrels at once if it only has one trigger? Dumb...

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I don’t think you can with this model. Right barrel is first, I think, then left barrel. From video reviews I’ve watched, the trigger resets pretty fast, so the second shot is as fast as you can re-pull the trigger. I’m not even sure what use this gun is. Honestly I think it’s pretty useless. With only two shots, it’s not really a good defense gun, although I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of it, and the short barrel probably makes it hard to shoot clays with or hunt with, but I’ll probably try that down the road just for fun and giggles.

The truth is my wife of 41 years died last month and I bought this as some retail therapy. For 41 years we played this game where I would buy a gun every couple of years and try to hide the purchase from her. She would always find out, and say, “where’d you get that gun,” and she would say in a sly voice that now she got to buy something. It was always in fun and never in anger, and she really didn’t care, because we had worked hard all our lives, raised our kids and she wanted me to be happy. She would always ask my son what gun, or fishing rod or whatever I wanted for Christmas and buy it for me no matter the cost. She bought me an $1000 AR and a CZ over/under. Sorry for unloading, but I miss her very much.

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I am sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one is never easy. Especially at a time like this. Stay strong. God bless.

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In addition to being your wife of 41 years, it sounds like yall were true friends. You have my deepest sympathy.

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Thank you. We were. She was an incredible woman.

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That's hard.

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I bought one. Looking forward to playing around with it, then sticking it in the safe, but it was hard to beat the price. My only complaint was that Kentucky Gun Club charged me an extra $11 for using a credit card. How do you buy a gun online without using a card? I think that’s a little dishonest, because I never saw “Cash Only,” prominently posted. I guess I could have stopped the purchase, but at that point I was committed, and they shipped it to my FFL for free.

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I feel the same way... That's not my problem to have to pay for it... You're in business... And that's the cost of doing business.. the million dollar business should be paying for that, not the consumer. That's so they can pay for their little credit card machine... Kind of like when you go into a gas station and it says $5 minimum.. that's because each transaction is taxed... And it needs to be up above a certain amount to be able to cover that tax, and still make money off of the items sold... But that's not necessarily the case here with Kentucky... It's nonsense, it is absolute nonsense for these companies to be charging credit card fees... It should come out of their bottom line, not the customers... They're the ones that want to have a business and sell goods.. they get the benefits, they should also make the sacrifices. It's just poor business. I would almost rather pay more, somewhere else that didn't stick fees in there like that... Just off of shear principle alone. Not long ago I bought some ammo from them, and I was unable to receive the ammo because I was in town working everyday.... Well after a week or so the UPS finally sent it back to Kentucky... I asked what I would need to do to get my ammo back, and I was informed that I would have to pay $25... I kindly told the female I was talking to via email... That it didn't cost $25 to ship it in the first place. They ended up refunding my money eventually... Minus the original shipping fee... I suppose I should consider myself lucky, that they did not charge me some ludicrous "restocking fee". I like these guns too, though... But I think I would rather have the 12 gauge.. and maybe the silver/chrome one...

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