New For 2022: TriStar Arms Bristol 16-Ga. Shotgun

posted on January 12, 2022
Tristar Arms Bristol 16 Gauge Shotgun F

With its Bristol line of side-by-side shotguns, TriStar Arms proved that attractive, functional, field-ready shotguns styled like the classic sporting arms of yesteryear don't have to be prohibitively expensive. Now, the company is expanding its side-by-side collection with an all-new model. The TriStar Bristol 16-ga. shotgun provides a classic chambering that splits the difference between the popular 12- and 20-gauge.

Available in two models, the TriStar Arms Bristol 16-ga. shotgun is built on a true-to-gauge receiver, giving it a perfect balance and weight for its 16-ga. chambering. The guns are built with automatic ejectors and feature chrome-lined barrels and receivers. Each gun is threaded for choke tubes, and five Beretta-style choke tubes ship with each gun.

Tristar Arms Bristol 16-gauge shotgun with a silver receiver shown on white.Depending on which model is selected, the gun has a case-hardened receiver or a silver, laser-engraved, gold-adorned model and oil-finished, checkered stocks made from Turkish walnut. The guns are outfitted with a single selective trigger and a brass front sight. Barrel length measures 28" on each model, and the weight of each gun, unloaded, is 6.55 lbs. Suggested retail pricing starts at $1,130 for the silver-finished model, while the case-hardened model retails for $1,190. For more information, visit


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