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Question by Jesse. Uploaded on February 02, 2009
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?
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
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.
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.
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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