TriStar Raptor ATAC Turkey Shotgun

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posted on February 20, 2014
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Spring turkey hunting season has nearly arrived and, just in time, TriStar Arms has released its new Raptor ATAC Turkey 12-gauge shotgun.

The gas operated semi-automatic shotgun comes with a 24-inch barrel, a 3-inch chamber and will utilize a removable choke system that is fitted with Beretta Mobile threads and includes one extended turkey choke tube. The stock and forearm of the Raptor ATAC Turkey shotgun are available in Mossy Oak Break Up camouflage.

Other features include a Picatinny rail, ghost ring mounted sight, fixed pistol grip and a fiber-optic-bridge front sight. The Raptor ATAC Turkey is available at a retail price of $489.

Raptor ATAC Turkey Features:

• Magazine cut-off

• Picatinny rail with ghost ring sight mounted

• 5 round magazine (shot plug included)

• Chrome-lined chamber and barrel

• Swivel studs

• Extended turkey choke tube

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