Press Release

Stoeger Introduces New M3020 Semiautomatic Shotgun

Stoeger's M3020 Semiautomatic Shotgun.

Stoeger's M3020 Semiautomatic Shotgun.

Stoeger Industries introduces the new Stoeger M3020, the latest addition to a line of quality, affordable shotguns for hunters and shooters. The M3020 is a 3-inch, 20-gauge, semi-automatic shotgun that handles loads from 2¾-inch up to the potent 3-inch Magnum without adjustment.

At the heart of the Stoeger M3020 is the proven Inertia Driven operating system; simple and efficient with only three moving parts in the bolt for lightning-fast, reliable operation. Unlike older gas-system guns, the M3020’s Inertia Driven action is contained primarily within the receiver, giving the Model M3020 a centered balance and swing. With no propellant gas venting into the action, the M3020 shoots clean and stays cleaner longer.

Stoeger’s M3020 comes with a 26- or 28-inch barrel, fitted with a ventilated rib and red fiber-optic front sight for quick target acquisition, even under low-light hunting conditions. All M3020’s come supplied with three choke tubes (Extra-full turkey, Modified, and Improved-Cylinder), and a shim kit for drop and cast adjustment. Versatility, value and solid reliability make the M3020 the perfect choice for waterfowl, wild turkey or upland game birds. For reliability and performance, no other semi-auto in its price range compares.

“Hunters will be delighted with the performance and the price, of the new Model M3020.” said Tom Kaleta, Benelli’s VP of Marketing. “This latest addition to the Stoeger lineup, which is based on the rock-solid Inertia Driven operating system, is versatile and affordable,”

COMMON SPECIFICATIONS:

Gauge: 20-Gauge  Barrel Length: 26 & 28”  Chokes: IC, M, XFT  Sights: Red bar front sight  Metal Finish:  Black synthetic, Realtree Max-5, Realtree APG  Stock Material: Synthetic  Average Weight: 7 lbs.  Overall Length: 47.75” & 49.75”  Length of Pull: 14.7” Drop at heel: 2.5”  Drop at Comb: 1.5”  MSRP: $599-$649

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