TriStar Viper G2 SR Sport
TriStar Viper G2 SR Sport

TriStar Arms has expanded their line of Viper G2 semi-automatic shotguns with the release of their new 12-gauge sporting model: the Viper G2 SR Sport.

According to the press release, the gas-operated Viper G2 SR Sport comes has a 30-inch target barrel with a red fiber optic sight, as well as a red anodized receiver and end cap. It also has a synthetic stock and forearm with Soft Touch coating, which provides a rubber feel and results in an optimized shooting experience.

Chambered for 3-inch 12-gauge shells, the Viper G2 SR Sport shoots 2¾-inch and 3-inch shells interchangeably, allowing for both light target loads and heavy upland field loads. This shotgun also has an overall weight of 7.2 pounds, an overall length of 50 inches, a 3 inch chamber, and a 5+1 capacity.

“The Viper G2 SR Sport fills a very important niche in the shotgun market by providing sportsmen with a great looking gun that is tested at 5,000 rounds of endurance and comes at a very reasonable price,” said Gus Bader, president of TriStar Arms.

The manufacturer suggested retail price for the Viper G2 SR Sport is $609.00. See below for additional details.

Features: TriStar Viper G2 SR Sport

  • Manual E-Z load magazine cut-off
  • Vent target rib with matted sight plane
  • Fiber optic site
  • 5 round magazine (shot plug included)
  • Chrome-lined chamber and barrel
  • Swivel studs
  • Four extended Beretta Mobile style choke tubes (SK, IC, M, F)

Specifications: TriStar Viper G2 SR Sport

  • Item No: 24162
  • Gauge: 12 ga.
  • Action: Semi-Auto
  • Stock: Black Synthetic
  • Barrel Length: 30″
  • Stock Dimensions: 1 1/2″ x 2 3/8″ x 14 1/4″
  • Overall Weight: 7.2 lbs.
  • Overall Length: 50.5″
  • Capacity: 5+1
  • Chamber: 3″
  • Finish: Blue Barrel, Red Receiver

For more information about the Viper G2 SR Sport, and the full range of products currently offered by TriStar Arms, please visit

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