The new TriStar Trinity series comes in several gauges and barrel lengths.
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TriStar Arms recently announced it newest shotgun line, the Trinity. The Trinity over-under line of shotguns offer either CNC-machined aluminum or steel receivers, each featuring old-world styling.

TriStar Trinity Over-Under

Both the lightweight aluminum frame and 24-karat gold inlayed steel frame models feature deeply checkered, oil-finished Turkish walnut furniture. Fiber-optic fronts sights and five Beretta Mobil chokes (SK, IC, M, IM and F) also comes standard.

Steel frame models comes in 12 and 20 gauge with 3-inch chambers. A 16-gauge variant features 2 3/4-inch chambers. These models retail for $685. Meanwhile, LT aluminum-framed models come in .410 bore, 12 and 20 gauge with 3-inch chambers. A 28-gauge model utilizes 2 3/4-inch chambers. Retail prices range from $685 to $700.

The Trinity line also features TriStar’s exclusive five-year warranty specific to the function and operation of all guns offered under the company’s license. The warranty does not extend to obvious abuse or misuse of the firearm. Nor does it extend if the firearm is used for any purpose other than hunting, competition or sporting situations. For more information, visit tristararms.com.

TriStar Trinity 3-inch Specs

  • Gauge: 12, 16, 20
  • Overall Barrel Length: 26, 28 inches
  • Overall Weight: 6.3 – 6.9 pounds
  • MSRP: $685

TriStar Trinity LT Specs

  • Gauge: .410, 28, 20, 12
  • Overall Barrel Length: 26, 28 inches
  • Overall Weight: 5.3 – 6.3 pounds
  • MSRP: $685 – $700

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