Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews

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August 31, 2018 / Comments (6)

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The Stoeger M3020 is an affordable shotgun in the line of quality. It gives a clean shot and lets the gun stay clean longer since it has no propellant gas that vents into the action. A ventilated rib is fitted in the gun’s barrel. This beauty comes with three choke tubes with an improved cylinder, modified, and extra-full turkey. The gun also has a shim kit used for cast adjustment and drop. Learn more about the Stoeger Model 3020 as you scroll on.

Stoeger Model 3020: The Affordable and Versatile Gun

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Gun Info

Gun Info | Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews | Stoeger M3020 Parts

Stoeger M3020 Shotgun Photo by Bayou Shooter

Being a semi-automatic shotgun, the Stoeger Model 3020 is the best choice in waterfowling. It’s the third version of the Stoeger 3000 series autoloader shotguns. It can handle a 2 ¾-inch load up to a 3-inch magnum load without any adjustments needed. This beauty is equipped with a ventilated rib, giving the shooter a quick target acquisition. When you look at this shotgun at the side, it looks like a 26-inch replica of the 3-inch model. Although you can tell that it’s definitely not a 12-gauge just by picking it up.

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Gun Specs – Stoeger M3020 Parts

Gun Specs | Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews | Stoeger M3020 Parts

20-Caliber Stoeger 3020 Photo by Armeria Ravell [Facebook]

  • Gauge: 20
  • Barrel: 26 & 28”
  • Chokes: XFT, IC, M
  • Finish: Realtree Max-5, Black synthetic, Realtree APG
  • Overall Length: 47.75” & 49.75”
  • Weight: 7 lbs
  • Length of Pull: 14.7”
  • Drop at Comb: 1.5”
  • Drop at Heel: 2.5”
  • Stocks: Synthetic
  • Sights: Red bar front sight


Ease of Use and Performance

Ease of Use and Performance | Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews | Stoeger M3020 Parts

Stoeger Semi-Auto Commercial 2015 Photo by Stoeger Firearms [Youtube]

The Stoeger model 3020 is a very nimble and nice pointing field gun. This shotgun is solid and does not rattle around. It is a versatile gun with value and solid reliability which makes it a seamless choice for wild turkey, upland game birds, and waterfowling. Its versatility makes it fitting to be a perfect choice among the guns in its range. The Stoeger Model 3020 outperforms the other 20 ga. shotguns.



Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons | Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews | Stoeger M3020 Parts

Tested: Stoeger M3020 Shotgun Photo by American Rifleman


  • Simple and efficient
  • Shoots clean
  • Versatile


  • Right-hand biased safety


Overall Verdict and Price

Overall Verdict and Price | Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews | Stoeger M3020 Parts

Stoeger Semi-Auto Commercial 2015 Photo by  Stoeger Firearms [Youtube]

Nothing compares to the Stoeger Model 3020’s performance and its reliability among the guns in its price range. This gun is a combination of quality performance and affordability. With a price ranging from $599-$649, you can never go wrong with this shotgun.


Take a closer look at the Stoeger Model 3020 by watching this video from GunCity:

Using the Stoeger Model 3020 for a couple of times was definitely an experience to remember. I would recommend this beauty for some upland shooting and waterfowling. It’s simple yet reliable. You’ll surely have fun out in the field using this gun. A market value of $700 is a small price to pay for a shotgun of this quality. I’m considering getting one in the near future.

Do you own a Stoeger Model 3020? What do you like about this shotgun? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 5, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

6 Responses to :
Stoeger Model 3020 | Gun Carrier Shotgun Reviews

  1. gary says:

    This shotgun is something I must check out as I am in the market for a 20 Ga. shotgun.

  2. James R. Currier says:

    Make them in 12 ga. and 10 ga. and able to shoot 2 3/4″ up to 3 1/2″ mag shells. I’d buy one of each at twice the current msrp.

    1. Paul Eames says:

      They do it’s called the m3000 for 3 inch and m3500 for 3.5 inch shells. same price as the 20 gauge. I have the m3000 and I am to old now to shoot 3.5 inch shells.

      They are great guns for the money, or as I call the gun…”Benelli’s ugly cousin”.

    2. E. Allen says:

      Won the Stoeger M3020 in a raffle at the start of dove season. Was skeptical with it’s price being so low in comparison to the other brands. All in all it’s a very nice shotgun. Mine has the walnut furniture and cerakote bronze finish, it has held up well as of yet. It’s not the high gloss wall hanger or big brand name so many have been forced to except as the standard of a good gun, it’s a gun I can use, enjoy and not loose sleep over when the inevitable ding in the stock or a scratch on the barrel happens.
      My only complaints are the chokes seem to produce a weird pattern and the charging handle is smaller than I would like. Those two things are being remedied in the next week with aftermarket parts

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