TriStar Viper G2 Shotguns for Lefties

Viper G2 Camo - Left Hand

TriStar announced the addition of left-handed Viper G2 shotguns.  The shotguns will be nearly identical to the set ups found on the right-handed guns.

The shotguns will be available with a black synthetic stock and with a camo patterned synthetic stock.  Both guns will have 28″ barrels and be chambered in 12 gauge.  The 3″ chambers will take both 2 3/4″ and 3″ shells.  The guns will come with three choke tubes.

Viper G2 LH

The chambers are chrome lined and the guns come with a fiber optic front sight.  MSRP is $549 for the black stock and $629 for the camo patterned stock.  There is no word at this time if TriStar will introduce a left-handed version of the wood stock Viper G2.

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  • rjackparis

    eh, as a lefty I adapted to using every single standard firearm. ( except from non forward or bottom eject bullpups. allthough bullpup pump action shot guns only require bringing the weapon off the shoulder with every pump though nowhere near ideal) we don’t need any lefty specific weapons at a higher price and lefty specific parts. We will adapt.

    • Julio

      Other opinions are available. Myself, I’d rather own guns that are the right way round for me by design.

  • John

    As a lefty, my opinion is lefty guns, switching mag releases, using aftermarket ambi-parts, etc are crutches. They won’t always be there for you when you need it

  • MOG

    I have fired “right handed” shot guns and rifles left handed from jump. Bolt actions, single shots, double, military and civilian. Never had a problem. One minor point, I reach across to work a bolt action, had people tell me they never knew a bolt action could be fired that fast, but, that is with iron sights, a scope added, slower. That is not to say that other people don’t need, or want, the option.

  • J-Dawg

    Then none of you are serious students of auto loading gas guns. A left handed shooter operating a right port ejection gas gun is subject to a large amount of gas and hot debris leaving the action and spinning spent hull. Any time behind said shotgun OTHER than at a trap range would reveal this. There is a large need for dedicated left handed firearms. Sure, any jack knob can run a right handed firearm. You quote tactical advantages??? Gimme a break Tackleberry. When the ducks start shooting back we have bigger problems than lack of weak handed shooting drills.