To take down the toughest game in the harshest environments, the 3-1/2-inch, semi-automatic M3500 family of shotguns from Stoeger are the perfect choice for grounding waterfowl, wild turkey and upland game. For dependable performance, flight-stopping versatility, and incredible value, no other 3-1/2-inch semi-auto in this price range compares.
The M3500 is available in three barrel lengths, including 24, 26, or 28 inches. All barrels include a ventilated, stepped rib and a fiber optic front sight for quick target acquisition in any lighting conditions. Inertia Driven®, this 12-gauge shotgun handles loads from 2 ¾ to 3 ½-inch magnum without adjustment, delivering magnum power and the versatility to shoot lighter loads.
The M3500 Snow Goose is optimized for high-volume shooting in extreme weather. Oversized controls for gloved hands keep you comfortable and ready to shoot no matter the temperature. Its distressed-white, weather-resistant Cerakote finish seamlessly blends in with winter environments, and a 10+1 capacity helps you engage big flocks and shoot more between reloads.
With a rugged, weather-resistant construction and finish, the M3500 Waterfowl Special is equipped with features dedicated duck and goose hunters will love. Choose the right finish for your needs and fill your straps faster with a gun purpose-built to go hard in the hardest environments.
The M3500 Turkey/Predator is engineered for turkey and predator hunting, with its rubberized pistol grip for sure handling in any weather, and two MOJO hunting chokes to deliver consistent, devastating patterns. A ported barrel tames recoil from heavy shells, allowing faster follow up shots and more time on target.
Affordable, versatile, and ready to conquer the skies while keeping your ground game covered, the M3500 family of shotguns offer proven performance without compromise.
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