Stoeger doesn't seem to cycle shells fully. Can be very aggravating when big groups of ducks drop down! Heard of some remedies such as a fine file, and a whole new recoil action. Please give any helpful advice on the m2000! Thanks-Deekdog541
Had a M2000, after the first season of duck hunting it started to jam...all the time...i could never trust it. I talk to Stoeger and they said they were having problems with this, but offered no solution..traded it in and never looked back. I suggest you do the same...it is a very bad problem in the duck blind.
Deekdog541 wrote:Whats your opinion of a shotgun to get?
I traded it in on a A400, but I did this before they had the gun in camo. It is a beautiful, no fail gun. It is expensive though. I learned a long time ago, you get what you pay for. I hate taking it into the duck blind cuz it get beat up thou. Wish i would have got the camo version. I have also been looking at the new A5. Never shot it, but it sure looks and shoulders nice.
Had a M2000 a couple years ago and did the same thing. All i did was tear it down completely and gave it a nice cleaning. Still had some of the factory grease that was tacky in it. Anyways, it didnt jam after that but got rid of her anyway. Franchi Affinity is my go to gun now.