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Re: Stoeger M3500
« Reply #45 on: November 20, 2019, 02:48:41 PM »
awesome, thanks for the feedback guys

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Re: Stoeger M3500
« Reply #46 on: November 22, 2019, 01:33:16 AM »
I would guess if any jamming issues occur in the inertia could be the recoil spring.  Changed mine out and havent had one issue with cycling or jamming since unless it is some light load for clays.  I have two friends with the 3500 and havent had any issues. 

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Re: Stoeger M3500
« Reply #47 on: December 08, 2019, 08:46:48 PM »
Hey guys, I'm seriously considering saving myself $900 bucks and going with the Stoeger M3500 for my Duck and Goose gun. I'm wondering if anybody has any actual in person experiences with this model, good or bad? The reason for the upgrade is simple; I want to be able to chamber a 3 1/2in shell. Last weekend I cracked a Drake mallard 3 times, twice with 3in 1 1/4 oz #2 and once with a 3in BB backer at about 45 yards. Feathers flying every time. I swear the darn thing gave me the finger as it flew off. My gun now is a Winchester M1300 with a Mod Choke Shooting Xpert HV 3in. Anybody want to throw in their  :twocents: ?

Iíve had this gun for years and itís done so well for me. Iíve never had a single jam even when thereís mud and marsh grasses involved.

My personal favorite is to get black clouds (if I find them on a deal $$$$$) cause they are a deadly combo with this gun. Iíve shot 3.5Ēs one time through this gun at a couple geese and it was fine. I didnít think it was necessary but why not lol.

Since itís a 3.5Ē chamber you can even use it for turkey if thatís something youíd want to do. Itís versatile as heck in my opinion. I donít see this shotgun slowing down for me anytime soon.

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Re: Stoeger M3500
« Reply #48 on: January 15, 2020, 09:04:59 PM »
I've got the 3500, its been a good reliable shotgun for me for the last 8 years. only issue I've ever had with it was a stuck a choke tube in it by running too high pressure of a load through too tight of a choke. New barrel and its good as new. i will say they're a bit heavy but the nice thing is it soaks up the recoil. i would try to find it for less than 900 though, i gave 595 for mine in max 4


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