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Old 07-28-2011, 02:49 AM   #21
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Everytime Dunhams puts them on sale for $239, I really get the itch to buy one. Haven't got one yet but man are they cool. I'll probably get one in 12 gauge but the light little .410 is a neat little gun.

239? i don't think i have ever seen a new one that cheap! i think 299-329 is more the going rate for the standard here. 359-399 for the supreme model.
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Default stoeger coachgun supreme 20 gauge

here's mine again.
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239? i don't think i have ever seen a new one that cheap! i think 299-329 is more the going rate for the standard here. 359-399 for the supreme model.
$329 is the price the Stoeger O/U goes for on sale around here at the Gander Mt. I've been thinking about one of those as well. Been buying a lot of rifles lately and haven't added to the shotguns in quite some time. Might have to.
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hawkguy, nice picture! Very easy to use and reliable HD gun...
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I had a Rossi Coach gun in the 70s. looking down those giant caves that are the barrels is very intimidating. The only problem was the hammers.
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I had a Rossi Coach gun in the 70s. looking down those giant caves that are the barrels is very intimidating. The only problem was the hammers.
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