Stevens Introduces Its First Semi-Automatic Shotgun

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posted on July 29, 2016
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Adding to its lineup of pump and over-under shotguns, Stevens is now offering its first semi-automatic shotgun, the new 12-gauge S1200

The 6.6 lb. S1200 features a smooth-shooting inertia system and is available with a walnut, camouflage synthetic, or all-weather matte-black synthetic stock. Additionally, it has a 3" chamber, rotating bolt and is offered with a 26" or 28" vent-rib barrel that accepts the Beretta Mobilchoke system. A welcome surprise is the inclusion of a set of five interchangeable Beretta choke tubes with cylinder, improved cylinder, modified, improved modified and full-choke options, plus a wrench for making changes on the fly. 

There are five different models in all so customers can choose the perfect combination of barrel length and finish for their personal style of shooting. 

The shotguns are currently shipping to dealers. For more information click here

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