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#6227514 - 03/17/16 09:30 PM Stoegar 3500
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Light Foot

Registered: 10/26/09
Posts: 45
I want to get a new gun before next duck season and have been looking at the stoegar 3500 automatic and looking for reviews. I'm currently shooting a remington 1187 and it was my papas gun before he quit duck hunting and I'd like to set it aside before it gets scratched and beat up anymore. So any reviews would be helpful!

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#6227992 - 03/18/16 09:43 AM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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Registered: 01/27/14
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Loc: Ellis Co.
I hunt with a stoeger M3500 and never had an issue with it and I have put it through a lot of abuse. Great gun for the price, poor mans Beneli
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#6231697 - 03/21/16 04:37 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
birdman99 Offline
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Registered: 01/09/15
Posts: 53
Loc: LLano TX
Never had an issue with my 3500.... Flock is right, poor man's Benelli. Great internals.

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#6231728 - 03/21/16 05:10 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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Registered: 06/14/15
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Loc: texas
Look for a good used benelli or Beretta depending on your price range.
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#6232217 - 03/21/16 11:55 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Flock Knocker]
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Originally Posted By: Flock Knocker
I hunt with a stoeger M3500 and never had an issue with it and I have put it through a lot of abuse. Great gun for the price, poor mans Beneli


Exactly. Saved nearly two thirds of the cost of a Beneli and I'm happy I did. It's not a Beneli, but it shoots when I pull the trigger, comes with chokes, and I don't care about taking it out in the slop or it getting dinged up. I say go for it.
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#6235982 - 03/24/16 09:55 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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Definitely liking the replies about it!

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#6238387 - 03/27/16 07:02 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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I think you should shoot one. Where are you located? I'm near Alpine shooting range near Fort Worth if you want to meet up and put some shells through it.
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#6238600 - 03/27/16 10:34 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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Registered: 04/25/11
Posts: 212
how much are you going to spend? I never really pay attention to stoeger prices, but id lean more towards finding a used beretta 391 if I was having to get a quality gun with limited funds

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#6240374 - 03/29/16 12:41 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: woodduckhunter]
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Originally Posted By: woodduckhunter
how much are you going to spend? I never really pay attention to stoeger prices, but id lean more towards finding a used beretta 391 if I was having to get a quality gun with limited funds


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#6240455 - 03/29/16 01:31 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
NMGW Offline
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Registered: 01/16/12
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Loc: New Mexico
Don't have a 3500 but I do have the 3000 and it shoots as good as a Benelli, for a LOT less money.
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#6240481 - 03/29/16 02:00 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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Registered: 01/19/08
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Loc: Texas
they work fine until they don't work anymore, and sometimes that happens pretty quick. Crap shoot as to whether you get a one that will last.
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#6240491 - 03/29/16 02:05 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
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those 3500's and 870's have a lot in common when it comes to that crap shoot
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#6240534 - 03/29/16 02:35 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: Zach Starling]
woodduckhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/25/11
Posts: 212
hayraker has said it best. for the same money you can get a good used beretta or browning, I would look into that. Not a worse feeling than putting the money together to get something, and getting disappointed because of its poor quality. i'm all about the great value brand and wal mart shopping with certain things like groceries and clothes. but with things like equipment, work boots, and hunting gear....don't cut corners.

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#6240608 - 03/29/16 03:50 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: garrett]
#Hayraker Offline
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Registered: 01/19/08
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Loc: Texas
Originally Posted By: garrett
those 3500's and 870's have a lot in common when it comes to that crap shoot


No, a new 870 is a sure thing, junk
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#6240767 - 03/29/16 06:17 PM Re: Stoegar 3500 [Re: #Hayraker]
Sniper John Offline

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Registered: 08/31/05
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Loc: North Texas
Originally Posted By: #Hayraker
they work fine until they don't work anymore, and sometimes that happens pretty quick. Crap shoot as to whether you get a one that will last.


I'm with Hayraker on this one. One of my friends has one, though I think it is the 3000. Early problems I saw he claimed were due to it needing to be broke in. I still have seen it jam up or stovepipe from time to time on hunts.
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