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Old August 2, 2016, 06:45 AM   #10
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Stoegers are budget guns, but the ones with double triggers and extractors are quite popular on cowboy shooting, and are pretty robust. For those who do not know, cowboy shooting is hell for guns. Rough handling, dropped on tables or in barrels, yanked open, slammed shut, rapid firing. They are not a Purdey, but they don't claim to be, either. I had one and it never bobbled. I shot some doves and quail with it when I first got it just to get a little used to it, and it worked. But, the single trigger and ejector guns have legions of detractors due to problems.
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