Stoeger 3000 Shotgun Review

The Stoeger 3000 shotgun has the look and feel of a more expensive automatic, with the same functionality.


The Stoeger 3000 is a lot of shotgun for the money, but let's start at the beginning. In 1903 Danish gunsmith Crister SjÖrgren developed a semi-automatic inertia shotgun called "The Normal." When the shot was fired, the bolt remained stationary under spring pressure while the gun itself moved rearward in recoil.


See Ryan Muller from Stoeger as he explains the new M3K shotgun at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas:

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