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I resently bout a 12 gage trystar shot gun i dont know much about this brand and i was wandering if any could tell me a littel about them

Question by Jesse. Uploaded on February 02, 2009

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from herbie57_57 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

The gun is made in Turkey and imported by Tristar. I think the side by side shotguns might be made in Italy but the rest are made in Turkey. You can check it out a little more the website is http://www.tristarsportingarms.com/. They have worked with Pheasants and Quail Forever for a few years now and thats how I learned about them. I haven't shot any so I would be interested to know what you think of the gun. If its an Over Under does it have ejectors?

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from summit229 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jesse, Jeff Quinn at gunblast.com has an excellent review of that shotgun if yours is the semi-auto. You can check it out at htpp://gunblast.com/tristar.html

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from summit229 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jesse, sorry I don't know how to make that into a link, but if that is your shotgun it is definately worth you typing it in and taking a look. You will be pleasantly surprised to read his review.

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from MattJames wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

Hi Folks,

My father in-law gave me a tristar Over-Under today as he has a beretta and never gets to use it. I came across this site as I was looking for information on the Gun. Mine is a 12 Gauge over-under and is made in Spain and is a Silver Classic. I looks and feels very nice, very light, much lighter than a remington of a much higher price. I liked the gun from the first time I saw it, so it would be good to have some info on it.

So there it is, Over-under, made in Spain, Silver classic.

Matt

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from jamesdeanboots wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

ive had my tristar semi auto 12g for a year and a half and it jams up on light shot loads, but since i started storing it with the action open it has not jammed once its a good gun for the price

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from herbie57_57 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

The gun is made in Turkey and imported by Tristar. I think the side by side shotguns might be made in Italy but the rest are made in Turkey. You can check it out a little more the website is http://www.tristarsportingarms.com/. They have worked with Pheasants and Quail Forever for a few years now and thats how I learned about them. I haven't shot any so I would be interested to know what you think of the gun. If its an Over Under does it have ejectors?

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from summit229 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jesse, Jeff Quinn at gunblast.com has an excellent review of that shotgun if yours is the semi-auto. You can check it out at htpp://gunblast.com/tristar.html

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from summit229 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jesse, sorry I don't know how to make that into a link, but if that is your shotgun it is definately worth you typing it in and taking a look. You will be pleasantly surprised to read his review.

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from MattJames wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

Hi Folks,

My father in-law gave me a tristar Over-Under today as he has a beretta and never gets to use it. I came across this site as I was looking for information on the Gun. Mine is a 12 Gauge over-under and is made in Spain and is a Silver Classic. I looks and feels very nice, very light, much lighter than a remington of a much higher price. I liked the gun from the first time I saw it, so it would be good to have some info on it.

So there it is, Over-under, made in Spain, Silver classic.

Matt

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from jamesdeanboots wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

ive had my tristar semi auto 12g for a year and a half and it jams up on light shot loads, but since i started storing it with the action open it has not jammed once its a good gun for the price

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