NRA Gun of the Week: TriStar Setter S/T Shotgun

posted on April 2, 2016

TriStar Arms calls itself “the Value Experts,” and the company’s Setter over-under shotgun certainly backs up that boast. Its classic styling, proven boxlock design and mechanical trigger system easily suit the needs of most shooters. Learn more in this latest NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman's Joseph Kurtenbach.

Specifications

Importer: TriStar Arms, Inc.
Manufacturer:
Arthemis
Action:
boxlock over-under shotgun
Gauge:
12; 3” chambers
Trigger:
mechanical, single selective; 5-lb., 8-oz. pull
Sights:
orange fiber-optic front bead
Stock: pistol-grip, checkered Turkish walnut with high-gloss finish; ¼” cast-on
Weight: 7 lbs., 4 ozs.
Metal Finish: silver receiver, blue barrels
Accessories: owner’s manual, three choke tubes (improved cylinder, modified and full)
MSRP: $529

For more on the TriStar Setter S/T, please enjoy the following article:

Review: TriStar Setter S/T 

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