Stoeger uplander for sale
This is a quick review on a Stoeger Uplander 12-gauge side-by-side the shotgun. That I've just purchased, so this is a quick overview of this gun and what I think of it since I've taken it out of the box. I've always liked 12 gauge on cyber side shotguns or side-by-side shotguns in general. My finished shotgun was a side-by-side. Way back when I was 16 it was just a cheap Liege Belgium make a gun. Very quick handling shotgun the side-by-sides. A little in the past you know over/under being very populated and still are. But side-by-side shotguns are coming back basically, making a bit of a resurgence because people are realizing that they're you know the good guns. If they're fast handling that's the thing about a side-by-side. There is quick-handling, a fast swinging shotgun for sale. Stoeger uplander supreme is 12 gauge or 20 gauge field shotgun and double trigger.
Stoeger uplander review
Stoeger uplander is the gun I've just bought, coming back into the idea of wanting a side-by-side shotgun about 20 years later. I bought this gun, now there are not a lot of affordable side-by-side shotguns out there. In fact, if you want a good quality gun, you would probably look at something like a secondhand SKB or Winchester model 23 for sale, possibly a Beretta. If you can find them, of course, the best English side-by-side shotguns Wesley Richards Purdy's and those sorts of things at thousands of pounds they cost out of the reach of most people. Stoeger side by side is a-grade satin walnut side shotgun.
Stoeger uplander reviews
Stoeger uplander supreme with the walnut stock, which is the Spanish reproduction, they're still very good quality guns, but once again very expensive, as all rights reserved. So, it doesn't leave a lot of choices of barrel length and a-grade satin, this is a cheap gun basically under $1000 the spawn cost 650 Australian dollars was this gun cost. I remember, when I worked selling guns years and years ago, there was a Brazilian made shotgun, called the burrito. We sold them and they were rubbish, basically, they were poor quality and poorly my guns, I wouldn't recommend them to anyone. The Russian vehicle side besides they were rough as well, but they were a lot more solid and more reliable.
Anyway, times have changed, this gun here that I have here is essentially a burrito made in Brazil, but it's marketed under the new export name of Stoeger. That's a cheap gun, it's the same gun that I was talking about from the early 90s through very poor quality. Well, times have changed. I actually read some reviews about the shotgun before I bought it. I was told and the reviews that you know they vastly improved. There is much better gun equality gone up now, much more reliable on that kind of thing. When ahead of the war one because I don't really want to pay a whole lot of money. I just wanted a basic field gun, so I've gone and bought one. Give you a quick overview of what it is.
It's as I said it's just called a Stoeger Uplander for sale, it's a 12-gauge side-by-side. This particular gun as it comes up taken out of the box of looked at all its features. It's got a manual safety catch. Okay, the safety does not come on when you break it open. That's probably a good thing in many ways the gun is open and safe or closed then it might as well be loaded. Always keep the safety off anyway.
A single trigger, not two triggers, but just one. But non-selective, on the more expensive guns buy usually you can select which barrel you want to fly first. But not in this case, so non-selective single trigger, manual safety catch.
The barrel length of the a-grade satin walnut (about the Stoeger uplander)
However, this gun does have multi chokes. That's a new feature, this uplander gun comes with four choke tubes and I've had a look at them. It comes with a cylinder, improved cylinder, modified choke, and full choke for tubes of its cancer. I'll probably mainly be using it with an improved cylinder and modified I would say about brass bead. The barrel length is 28 inches, I know this because I've measured them. Stoeger uplander field comes with all rights reserved, and automatically engages the receiver is precision based on a traditional 20 gauge a-grade satin barrel length with a brass bead. English design automatically engages the memory you take from childhood. Tang-mounted safety of the Stoeger uplander has all rights reserved. The barrel length of a-grade satin walnut stock choke tubes with tang-mounted safety. It engages when the gun (12 gauge) and uplander field take the barrel length of 20 gauge and 12 gauge take that receiver is precision. Stoeger uplander with the satin walnut stock and a0grade satin walnut engages when the gun is of special gauge and barrel length.
A-grade satin walnut weight
Overall this traditional English gun is probably pushing around 7 pounds. Stoeger uplander got a good rubber recoil pad on the back, very sort of almost like a pack my knockoff, it's not a pack line pad. But it looks like one side, it's probably a knockoff. As you can see the wood is not too bad. It's got a bit of figure in it, it's probably some type of walnut the wood on this uplander gun. It is much better, much better than the earlier Bowie tales that I've seen in the past.
The bluing is good, it's not too bad at all. Actually, sort of fairly deep rich blue, I'm fairly impressed with that. It's got machine-cut checkering on the pistol grip and also on the fore-end. Check rings not bad, it's not pressed it's like machine cut. It's fairly sharp, it's got a beaver tail for it. It's the American-style side by side shotgun with the big beavertail forend, compared to the splinter forum that the British shotguns tend to have. And it's got two beads - middle bead and the front siding bead as well.
Stoeger uplander model review
Overall looking at the uplander, what I've read some reviews, I was probably expecting a bit better quality to me. I see the widows in the past, I'm looking at this the Stoeger and it's not really a good quality gun. If you think you're going to buy one of these and get a quality uplander gun, you disappointed. I'm expecting, that it'll be a reliable workhorse. It's not really a gun to be proud of. So, if you want something really nice like I said I'd look for a secondhand SKB or a Winchester model 23 or something like that with a similar barrel length.
Uplander gauge recap
Overall, I'm still a bit disappointed with it. Aesthetically I can see it's a Gloucester burrito basically, they've just improved the finish on it. I hope it's going to be reliable because I know a lot of the burritos in the past were having a lot of problems with not hard enough firing pin strikes on the primers and not setting the rounds off and that kind of thing. Hopefully, they've improved this gun.
One really good feature about it though I will say is that it's a flat shooting, which means as you can see when it comes to the shoulder. When I bring this gun up, I'm looking straight down those beats they're lined up. And what that tells me is that this is a good flat field gun.