With its double trigger and attractive details, the Stoeger Coach Supreme is perfect for cowboy action shooters. This easy-to-shoot shotgun can also be a fine field gun for operators of different sizes.
In this article:
- Stoeger Coach Gun Review
- Gun Specs
- Ease of Use and Performance
- Pros and Cons
- Overall Verdict and Price
Stoeger Coach Supreme: Lightweight and Quality Shotgun
Stoeger Coach Gun Review
The Stoeger Coach Supreme is one of the quality shotguns at a reasonable price. This lightweight shotgun is quite handy, perfect to bring as a survival gun and performs just as well as those full-sized version guns.
While it was originally developed for Cowboy Action Shooting, this beauty can also be a hunter’s best friend. Rabbit and squirrel hunters will find this convenient to use as a hunting shotgun.
Plus, this beauty can also be a great home-defense gun. Quite versatile, isn’t it?
This shotgun has a compact design and a traditional double-trigger developed for Cowboy Action Shooting. The barrel and receiver have three finish options: nickel, blued or stainless.
Additionally, it has a brass bead front sight, ideal for gun collectors as it would look good not only in your hands but also on the wall. This beauty also includes modified choke tubes, a wrench, and an improved cylinder.
Both 2-3/4” and 3” shells. Check your gun store for Stoeger coach gun accessories as well.
It comes in 12- or 20-gauge, both with 20” barrel length and 36.5” overall length. The difference lies in the average weight – the 12-gauge Stoeger Coach Supreme is approximately 6.5 lbs while the 20-gauge weighs around 6.4 lbs.
Ease of Use and Performance
Using a Stoeger Coach gun supreme is fairly easy. You just have to swing the lever simply to the side then break open the action.
Take out the spent shells then add the new shells. Afterward, pull the triggers then repeat as needed.
The packaged improved cylinder and modified chokes are quite efficient for bird and seasonal game hunters. You can also add a few modified chokes for goose and deer hunting, making the Stoeger Coach Supreme an all-purpose survival gun.
Pros and Cons
Since this beauty has a double barrel and double triggers, you have options. If you experience a misfire, you still have another trigger to pull.
Although, the double triggers need a bit of getting used to. The Stoeger Coach Supreme is fast-handling, works perfectly with distances about 35 to 40 yards.
While it gives a painful recoil, you’ll still be in control and feel the smoothness. Pretty much, it’s quick on target so it would be best to use when hunting squirrels and rabbits.
Overall Verdict and Price
With a price ranging from $500 to $550, the Stoeger Coach Supreme is fairly a good deal. Lightweight and versatile, its features are what a great survival gun should be.
Watch some speed shooting using a Stoeger Coach Supreme in this video by whatscrakn101:
Affordable, lightweight, and easy to use — the Stoeger Coach Supreme is definitely a must-have for both hunters and cowboy action shooters.
Sure, it has its cons like the misfires and a bit painful recoil but all in all, this beauty is a gem. I’ll probably get one for some deer hunting.
Do you own a Stoeger Coach Supreme shotgun? What do you think of this beauty? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September 2015 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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