Originally Posted by JonM
Double trigger guns cannot go off at once as each trigger is pulled one after the other but very quickly...
I'm not sure how you could say this unless you're "technically speaking" about the fraction of a second that may exist between trigger pulls. On my S/S, I have 2 triggers. I put my index finger on one trigger and my middle finger on the other. I have intentionally pulled them at the same time to fire both barrels at once. When I did, there was no noticeable difference in the report--there was a single blast. The recoil was substantially
stronger when pulling both triggers together than when I pulled each trigger individually as it's own aimed shot. That indicated--to me--that both barrels had fired at the same time.
Other than, perhaps, a technical measurement of fractions of a second between each trigger pull--I will assert that, for all intents and purposes, the double triggered Stoeger 12 ga. Coach Gun will let you fire both barrels together.
Granted, mine was purchased in the late 90's. I don't know if IGA-Stoeger has changed the mechanism in the trigger or not. My coach gun has no block, lock, or other hinderance to pulling both triggers at the same time.
I'd like to add; however, that I don't see much reason to pull both triggers together. The recoil is nothing short of PUNISHING! (with the loads you'll use for HD, e.g. buckshot)...and you limit yourself to ONE shot before reload.