Riley Perkins: great review iv had my 20 gauge version sens i was 10 i'm 21 now i like it
cause i shoot it well defiantly not high quality never has misfired on me
but i did have to send it back when i couldn't open it which was irritating
but i have also used it alot before that and after lots of pheasant and
grouse have died under this gun mine has double triggers its roughly $400
here in the states great review though
joseph10985: That looks like a baikal
Andrew Annas: Thanks for the review. I will mark this gun off my list. Looking to get a
side by side or O/U.
kmeekins2: Had this gun for a little over a year now and shot plenty of skeet/trap
with it and I'm extremely happy with it. Even put a few slugs with it just
for fun, no problems there either. I agree it's no high end over $1000 gun.
I do feel it was worth the money, it's been a fun gun so far.
braydenpresber: please post a hunting video, preferably waterfowl, upland game is good too.
fireburst102: Is a side by side good for beginners?
hunterfishernz: I dont agree sorry, In fact I would now rate the gun as below average
quality. There are many factors that rate a quality gun and the fact that
it should go bang every time you pull the trigger is only one of them.
martin bell: you tell him mate
hunterfishernz: Well I have been involved with shooting for 30 years. I also worked in a
leading Auckland Gun-shop for 5 years full time. In that time our peak
business period was the lead up to the duck shooting seasons. I sold
hundreds of shotguns from cheap russian single barrell's to Perazzi under
overs and everything in between. We used to sell Boitio SBS guns which are
the same as the Stoeger. Many of them used to fail and come back to us.
Light strike issues on the primers were the main issues.
GOBRAGH2: You might like the side by side shotgungs previously made by Baikal. I
think Remington bought the company.
Acerracer202: The stoeger uplander sbs 20 gauge was my first shotgun. I got it in fifth
grade; it works seamlessly even now 9 years later. Great gun in my opinion,
just make sure to get the two trigger variant.
tyler dunning: i would agree they are not a gun worth collecting but they are a desent gun
to use i have had mine for ten years now never acts up but you get what you
pay for if you want a top of the line gun go by one but it boils down to
the user to if you suck at shooting im not saying you do no matter how good
your gun is you still wont hit anything but these are a really good for
home deffencs and beginer shooters i take mine for rabit and quial and it
is very reliable gun.
jntroisi: CZ also makes some decent side by sides for around $900 US. I have a
Stoeger coach on order so I'll decide on further Stoeger purchases based on
CrashByron: No problems with my double trigger Stoeger. I love that gun.
Mike Moore: I bought one of these when I lived in New York. When I got back to he UK I
sent it for proof and it failed due to being off-face. My gunsmith worked
on it and submitted it for proof 3 times and each time it failed. In his
opinion it would never pass UK proof due to the design of the locking
mechanism. I might continue to use it with black powder loads but a 3in
smokeless load - forget it.
DuckManClyde: Im with you on that one, Anything built under the Beretta / Benelli name is
well respected, and trusted in my house, i have the new longfowler, and
condor o/u s, and their my new favorites in the case.
galaxyprofile1: they are also used and abused during cowboy action shooting matches here in
usa, never hear them boys complain. I dont agree with your video, and am
wondering what qualifies you as a shotgun expert? what is your expert
advice twards it beeing a "cheap made shotgun" if you are not a qualified
expert why give advice at all. im just busting your balls, iv just enjoyed
mine so much im very confused to why your bashing the stoeger.
Daniel Powers: good review i personaly like my up lander i have a 26'in barrel with a
double trigger its not to long for me but i am 5' 10 its a good over all
gun for my needs look nice n i use it for basic target shotting and rodents
if u go to stoeger website u might find one u like more price to use its
not abad at all nice gun.
stonedimaculate1983: i was not looking for yuppies in the rain
aussie rifleman: saw a beretta side by side 28 inch barrel 400 dollars
TheKodiak72: " It's still a cheap Brazilian shotgun and I can tell it's only of average
quality.." Well unless you want a safe queen the gun is fine. I own the
uplander, hunted in swamps and back of the ute for years, never had any
trouble. Certainly good quality plus Stoegers are backed by Beretta so a
brand of that repute wouldnt be behind a crap gun Also the stoeger
Coachguns are a cut down uplander and put through heavy use from cowboy
shooting. So no mate, not average quality.
Joseph D. Heller: I just got my Stoeger Uplander about a mouth ago, used. It has the dual
triggers. Finally got the chance to go trap shooting with my new toy. I did
2 rounds, so 50 clay and it shot everytime. Like I said, I got it used, so
there is no telling how old it is or often the old owner shot; but for $300
after tax, not bad. Also, unlike my nicer over and under; I do not care if
I drop, scratch, or whatever.
DreamPen: Ignore the people saying your review is wrong. Just go through enough
online reviews: Stoeger's quality is inconsistent. There are lots of
reports of trigger problems and weak primer strikes. I even saw a video
where the gun locks in a weird way if tilted while open, preventing a
reload. It's not that you can't get a Stoeger that doesn't work well; it's
just that there's a real chance the particular gun you're getting is going
to need fixing. The guys who got good Stoegers are simply fortunate.
Titan9mm: Have u ever taken it completely apart? I did with mine and dumb me can't
put it back together..any help will be appreciated..
BurroBurrito1: in the states they run about $399 MSRP so its way cheaper than some of the
classy SxS's, i mean the lowest ive seen some high end ones are around
$2000. and if the wood finish is your greatest concern then stop being a
panzy and sand the bitch down and re-stain it yourself. most of this guys
concerns is the finish, and how the single trigger has faults but they do
sell this gun with double triggers and for a general use shotgun the finish
shouldn't matter as its going to get freaked up anyways.
deusimperator: When it comes to SxS shotguns I like them in a lighter 20 Ga and definitly
not a 12 Ga. I find that most SxS guns are heavier. I like the Beretta 471
Silverhawk with a 26" tube but the weight is still on the high side at 6.5
lb for a upland shotgun.
jjazza01: Boito and Stoeger are made by the same brazilian company, E.R Armantino.
There exactly the same gun..
MrReecebike: WHY DONT YOU JUST crap CAN IT, AND SHUT UP BITCHING ABOUT IT!!! YOU GET
WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!
hunterfishernz: hunterfishernz 1 second ago Generally very restrictive and vary state to
state.. The main issues I have found compared to NZ are: Even air-guns must
be registered You attract attention once you own over 15 guns Crossbows are
essentially banned Magazine limits for handguns is 10 shots Pump action
shotguns are essentially banned As are semi auto rifles One of my biggest
disappointments with living in Australia is not being able to own and shoot
galaxyprofile1: every time I see these double berrel shotguns fail, its always the ones
with the single trigger. no problems with my double trigger stoeger, so far.
DreamPen: The video I was referring to: youtube.com/watch?v=YVv8WCYAlGQ
galaxyprofile1: oh I see. well your channel, your experience, your opinion, cant take that
away from you.
Jim McPherson: Nice review, just what I was looking for. Cheers!
MichaelkSimmons: i thought they had a double-trigger? and if not the uplander, which SxS do
Adolfo Guerra: If you are a conservative you are more than welcome to come to the US.
hunterfishernz: @MrReecebike It's a review duh, Reviews are supposed to give thoughts and
opinions about products so that would be buyers have an idea about what
they are buying. Why don't you do something useful rather then trolling
about on YouTube making worthless comments..
14omega28ok: What are the gun laws like in Australia?
j5689: My uncle has an older Boito 28" double-trigger 12-gauge that he's gonna
sell to me for $100 but he says it sometimes doesn't fire from one barrel
just like you said. Is there any way for an armorer to fix this? I really
like the way they look, and I might save up just get a newer one. I notice
the newer ones have a removable firing pin bushing and this older one
definitely doesn't have that
bocapone556: Some people can't afford spending $1000-$2500 for a good shotgun. I know
this gun doesn't have all the flash of higher end shotguns. It does serve
it's purpose. It's backed by Beretta and he who knows Beretta knows they
wouldn't back a piece of garbage. It's not going to win a beauty contest
but it will take down birds. It's all personal preference. If you know how
to shoot, you can shoot. But if you don't know how to shoot, even a $2500
shotgun isn't going to help you.
TheKodiak72: Well its going fine for me, and I wont cry if it gets some dings like a
$4000 beretta.. Nice engraving doesnt kill game/break clays
hunterfishernz: I'd suggest a second hand Winchester model 23 or SKB SBS if you can find
them.. There are very few new model SBS guns of any quality made
unfortunately. The Stoeger Uplander Supreme is single trigger as it's
supposed to be the deluxe version.. I'm going to sell this gun as i'm
disappointed with the quality..
jodebest: @MrReecebike Read the title. Its a review moron. He's not bitching he's
telling his opinions and findings on the gun.
James Sue: I have a Stoeger Condor Supreme O/U that I use for the field. It was only
$600 and has never failed. It's not what I use at the clays course, but it
is a good, reliable gun and I don't mind if it gets a ding or a scratch. I
save my Beretta for the gun club. Thanks for the review. Well done.
hunterfishernz: Blimey I seem to have stirred up a hornets nest with this review. Some
people really like their Stoegers! Look if all you can afford is a cheap
gun then good luck with a Stoeger. You may get one that works ok. However I
stand by my review and after 25 years or firearm experience, I can tell you
they are cheap shotgun that can be unreliable and are not very refined at
all. Yes it is true there is not much choice these days but I would prefer
a second hand, SKB, Mirouku or Winchester 23 any day.
14omega28ok: Oh sorry if other people already asked this question. My bad.
fordxbgtfalcon: $279.00 usd where i live, I do not like this gun because of the single
trigger, I like dual triggers.
MrVZ58: I've never handled a side/side shotgun but, I own a pump action and a
over/under. When it comes to which one handles or swings better, the
over/under has the pump action beat by a long shot.
ScoobyDigites: I would welcome you to America even now as some of our politicians are
trying to do away with the AR-15 we the American gun owners are pushing
back on it but our politicians are professional opportunist.so we are in
for the long fight.
braydenpresber: i like a stevens model 311.
metisman100: you should have got the dubble trigger