NRA Gun of the Week: TriStar TT-15 Field

For those looking to enter the target-sport side of shotgunning or are looking for an entry-level upland game gun, TriStar Arms presents its TT-15 Field series of boxlock over-under shotguns. Featuring a matte-finished silver receiver and Turkish walnut, TriStar’s TT-15 comes available in a full suite of chambering options, from .410 Bore to the largest available at size 12 gauge.

TriStar Arms’ TT-15 Field model in 28-ga. provides a 28” chrome-lined steel barrel with 3” chamber. Mono-bloc construction is used for manufacturing the barrel and chamber set, and the shotguns are threaded for extended, target-style Beretta MobilChoke shot constrictors—five included. Along the barrel’s top side and joint between, TriStar options its TT-15 with ventilated ribs, and a red fiber-optic sight is included. At the opposite end, mechanical ejectors are utilized on this model, along with a mechanical trigger mechanism.

A safety mechanism, barrel selector and top lever are located on the gun's receiver tang—manual operation of the safety is required for engagement. Additionally, the safety of the TT-15 Field, when engaged, is designed to block the trigger, hammer lever and the hammer, which immobilizes the firing mechanism.

Putting the TT-15 Field on target is aided by well-shaped Turkish walnut featuring laser-engraved panels of checkering at the gun’s fore-arm and wrist. A rubber recoil caps the buttstock to help reduce recoil imparted from upsized 3” 28-ga. shotshells.

Check out our NRA Gun of the Week video to learn more about the TriStar Arms TT-15 Field chambered for 28 gauge.

TriStar TT-15 Field Specifications
Importer: TriStar Arms
Model: TT-15 Field
Chambering:  28 ga.
Action Type: boxlock over-under shotgun
Receiver: matte-finished steel
Barrels: 28” chrome-lined
Trigger: 3-lb., 7-oz. pull
Sights: ventilated rib, red fiber-optic front bead
Stock: Turkish walnut, checkered
Weight: 5 lbs., 12 ozs.
MSRP: $885

Additional Reading:
TriStar KRX Tactical Shotgun Review
TriStar Viper G2 Bronze .410 Shotgun Review
TriStar P-120 9 mm Pistol
TriStar Setter S/T Field Test

Right-side view of TriStar Arms TT-15 Field 28-ga. shotgun on white background with black and red text of make and model.

Right-side view of over-under shotgun opened with focus on engraving and jeweling swirls on the gun's receiver.

TriStar Arms receiver tang inset in wood highlighting the safety and barrel selector.

Close-up view of TriStar Arms barrel at the muzzle showing extended silver-colored choke tubes and red fiber-optic sight bead shown on white background.

TriStar Arms TT-15 Field receiver underside shown on white background highlighting the gun's engraving and TriStar Arms logo.

Man on shooting range wearing gray ballcap and t-shirt with American Rifleman embroidered and shooting a over-under shotgun.


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