Video Review: Tristar Viper Max Shotgun

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posted on May 15, 2017
For the last couple of decades, family-owned Tristar Arms has been bringing affordable, reliable shotguns loved by hunters, shooting sports enthusiasts and people seeking home-defense solutions. Their Viper G2 series, which is a line of semi-automatic shotguns with models tailored for a variety of tastes, had only one thing missing: the ability to manage the 3 1/2-inch shells that many sportspeople demand. With the introduction of their new Viper Max, Tristar has dotted the last "i" in their line. Watch as American Hunter's Shawn Skipper discusses the features of this remarkably pocketbook-friendly gun.

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