Best Seller: Stoeger Condor Over-Under Shotgun

posted on May 22, 2021

The number of Stoeger over-under shotgun models in its Condor line borders on staggering—19 in all.  Enthusiasts appreciate the diversity, a fact made obvious by it placing third in annual list of over-under shotguns sold by FFLs using the services of in 2020.

Versions start with a pair of Competition models, chambered in either 20- or 12-ga. for 2.75” and 3” shotshells. MSRP for either gun is $669, and both have the gloss-oil finish on AA walnut and high-polished blued receiver that make them right at home on any trap or skeet range. Add a tang safety that doubles as barrel selector, with ported barrels, adjustable comb, gold selective trigger and automatic ejectors and it makes for a sweet deal. Vent rib barrel length on either is 30” and the front sight is a bead. They ship with six extended choke tubes, (two each) that are Extended IC, M and F.

The Condor Field line includes eight models, seven with Grade A Walnut with a satin finish. The other wears a black synthetic stock. Chamberings available include 12- and 20-ga., as well as .410 bore. There’s also a 28-ga. with a 26” barrel that chambers 2.75” shotshells. The other models handle 2.75” and 3” ammo with barrels that run either 26” or 28”. With a brass bead up front for sighting, the design hits the target market well. MSRPs run from $349—for the new synthetic-stocked model—to $669. 

There’s also two Outbacks. One of these 12-ga. shotguns wears walnut, the other has a synthetic stock. Both have 20” barrels. Add two Youth shotguns in either .410-bore of 20 ga., a Skeet (12 ga., 22” barrels), a pair of Long Waterfowlers with 30” barrels and two Supremes and there’s a lot from which to choose. Top price throughout the line are the competition models at $669. From there they drop all the way to that budget-friendly field with black synthetic stock.


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