I have a Stoeger 2000 and am tickled with it. It digests the lightest skeet loads through the 3" turkey magnums. It uses the same inertia system as the Benelli.
I'd recommend to get the "newer" version that's identifiable by the fiber optic front bead and higher rib. A few years ago when Benelli bought out Stoeger, they upgraded to all new CNC tooling. That makes the newer version smoother on the inside without the rough tool marks on the interior parts and helps reliability.
My Stoeger 2000 shoots so good you almost have to try to miss. It also comes equipped with sling studs & 5 choke tubes. Hope this helps.
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