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The Sporter, far and away our most popular model, is a fast handling gun equally at home at the range or in the field. Its sensitive but tough gas system assures perfect cycling with everything from target loads to 3″ magnum shells (guaranteed for factory loads only). Optional shim kit allows you to adjust pitch and set cast to left or right handed. The Sporter’s hard chrome-lined barrel is designed for all shot types, including steel, is equipped with a red fiber-optic sight and is offered in 6 lengths: 30″ (recommended for Sporting Clays); 28″ (all-around) 27″ (preferred for skeet); 26″ (upland birds)24″ (for duck blinds and close-in work) and a 20″ smooth-bore slug barrel with adjustable rifle sights. 5 choke tubes (C,IC,M,IM,F), 5-year warranty. Available in a beautiful, gloss-finished or satin Turkish walnut with deep ventilated recoil pad. Typical weight (28 inch): 6lb 13oz.
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Silver Eagle Sporter
Pictured: with 28″ barrel.
Silver Eagle SE122 / SE202
Back by popular demand, and better than ever, the SE122 and 202 (20 ga version) now sport nicely figured Turkish walnut with a deep gloss finish and classic prince-of-wales grip. With an action bar milled from solid bar steel, the 122 is tough enough to handle high-volume shooting with 3″magnum shells, but still sensitive enough to cycle reliably with light target loads. Back-bored barrel (12ga only) reduces recoil and dramatically improves shot pattern and penetration. A convenient magazine release allows you to extract unfired shells from the magazine without cycling the action, an added safety feature.
Fiber optic front sight, ventilated soft rubber recoil pad, 5 choke tubes (C,IC,M,IM,F), 2-year warranty. See below for available options.
Super strong action bar is milled from solid steel stock and joins the power bushing in an interlocking fit. Extra-wide O-ring is secured in a channel forward of the gas ports, reducing slippage, wear and loss. Placement of the action return spring around the magazine rather than in the butt stock permits use of a more durable spring, and allows unlimited shortening of the stock for young shooters.