Stevens Introduces Model 320 12-Gauge Turkey Shotgun

Designed with turkey hunting in mind, the new Stevens Model 320 12-gauge Turkey Shotgun is a great choice for hunters.

The Stevens Model 320 pump-action shotgun has always been known as a solid performer, and its palatable price has made it very affordable to a wide variety of shooters. Now, coinciding with the start of many states’ spring turkey seasons, Stevens is releasing a new model specifically tailored for getting gobblers.

With shipments of the new model to dealers currently underway, the new Stevens Model 320 12-gauge Turkey Pump-Action Shotgun should be an excellent option for hunters.

The new turkey-specific model includes all the same great features that have made other Model 320 shotguns so popular, such as dual slide bars, a rotary bolt, a rugged synthetic stock and a five-round capacity. In addition to these standard features, the new gun also incorporates elements designed to give the turkey hunter an added edge, including Mossy Oak Obsession Camouflage; an extended full choke on a 22-inch, vent-rib barrel; a long, green fiber optic front sight; and a drilled and tapped receiver for mounting optics.

MSRP on the new Stevens Model 320 12-gauge Turkey Shotgun is currently listed at $280. For more information and technical specifications, visit

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