Preview: TriStar Arms Bristol SxS Shotguns

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posted on December 10, 2020
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The new TriStar Arms Bristol series of hinge-action, side-by-side (SxS) shotguns provides today’s sportsman and enthusiast with a well-crafted design that contains premium features without a premium price tag.

Bristol SXS
Featuring an English-style stock sculpted from Turkish walnut, the Bristol SxS is designed for the everyman to enjoy classic-style wingshooting. The Bristol SxS delivers beauty, elegance and performance at an attractive price.

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A case-colored steel receiver with rich color tones blends well with the gun’s oil-finished stock and rich-blued barrels. Chambering options include: .410 Bore, 28, 20 and 12 ga. TriStar provides 28” chrome-lined steel barrels threaded for Beretta-style choke tubes; a five-tube set is included. A brass aiming bead is also included. TriStar provides a single, selective trigger mechanism with a tang-mounted safety. MSRP starts at $1,065.00.

Bristol Silver SxS
The Bristol Silver SxS features a nickel-finished steel receiver with attractive laser-engraving. A 24k gold TriStar logo is inlaid on the receiver’s bottom that is surrounded by laser-engraved scrolling. An oil finish covers the hand-selected Turkish walnut stock.

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TriStar added a pistol grip to the Bristol Silver SxS with checkering on along the wrist. Checkering is also included along the forearm. Chrome-lined steel barrels cut to 28” and threaded for Beretta-style choke tubes come standard. Barrels are blued and feature a brass bead front sight.

The Bristol series is equipped with shell ejectors, and a single-selective trigger is employed. Four gauge options are available and MSRP for the Bristol SxS starts at $1,000.00. TriStar’s Bristol shotguns come with a five-year warranty.

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