Tristar Extends The Viper G2 Shotgun Line For South Paws

TriStar Viper G2 Left-Handed Semi-Automatic Shotguns
TriStar Viper G2 Left-Handed Semi-Automatic Shotguns
Tristar Sporting Arms
Tristar Sporting Arms

North Kansas City, Mo. – -(Ammoland.com)- In 2013, the TriStar Arms Viper G2 semi-automatic line will include left-handed models in both a synthetic stock and camouflage stock.

The new Viper G2 for left-handed shooters will offer the same great features the standard right-handed models have always offered with fiber optic front sights, a chrome-lined chamber and barrel, vented ribs and a manual E-Z Load magazine cut-off.

“The Viper G2 has proven to be dependable when hunting game birds and shooting sporting clays since the product was first launched in 2009,” said Gus Bader, owner of TriStar Arms.  “For any hunter or target shooter who is interested in a firearm with multiple functions, superior construction and is a fraction of the cost of other guns with the same features, the Viper G2 is it.”

Viper G2 Left-Handed Semi-Auto
Gauge Length Stock Dimensions Weight Pattern MSRP
12 ga. 28″ 1.5″x2.5″x14.25″ 6.8 lbs Synthetic $549
12 ga. 28″ 1.5″x2.5″x14.25″ 6.8 lbs Camouflage $629

Both the camouflage and synthetic models have 3″ chambers to take 2 3/4″ or 3″ shells and every gun comes with three standard choke tubes (Improved Cylinder, Modified and Full).

All TriStar shotguns are backed by a five-year warranty offered under the TriStar Sporting Arms license. The warranty does not extend to obvious abuse or misuse of the firearm or if the firearm is used for any purpose other than hunting, competition or sporting situations.

TriStar is a primary importer of quality shotguns and handguns, and offers a great selection of firearms for hunters and recreational shooters.

For more information about TriStar Arms and its products, visit www.tristararms.com.

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