TriStar Arms Releases Viper G2 SR Sport


TriStar arms is adding to their affordable line of semiautomatic 12-gauge shotguns.  With a MSRP of just $609 for a 30″ shotgun with interchangeable chokes, its priced right for those on a budget.

For 2014, TriStar Arms has expanded the Viper G2 semi-automatic line to include a new 12-gauge sporting model – the Viper G2 SR Sport.  Whether shooting clay pigeons or hunting upland game, the Viper G2 SR Sport is a worthy choice that is comfortable to shoot, includes a variety of choke tubes and comes at an affordable price.

This new gas-operated shotgun has a 30-inch target barrel with a red fiber optic sight, and features a red anodized receiver and end cap. The Viper G2 SR Sport has a synthetic stock and forearm coated with “Soft Touch.” This application gives a soft rubber feel, providing the shooter with a more comfortable shooting experience.  The SR Sport also comes with a target rib and four Extended Beretta® Mobile Chokes.

Viper G2 SR Sport Features:

•    Manual E-Z load magazine cut-off
•    Vent target rib with matted sight plane
•    Fiber optic site
•    5 round magazine (shot plug included)
•    Chrome-lined chamber and barrel
•    Swivel studs
•    Four extended Beretta® Mobile style choke tubes (SK, IC, M, F)

The Viper G2 SR Sport is chambered for 3-inch 12-gauge shells and will shoot 2¾-inch and 3-inch interchangeably, allowing for both light target loads and heavy upland field loads.

“The Viper G2 SR Sport fills a very important niche in the shotgun market by providing sportsmen with a great looking gun that is tested at 5,000 rounds of endurance and comes at a very reasonable price,” said Gus Bader, president of TriStar Arms.

MSRP for the Viper G2 SR Sport is $609.00.

For more information about TriStar Arms and its products, visit


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  • JumpIf NotZero

    “Manual E-Z load magazine cut-off”?

  • mig1nc

    You could put a +8 mag tube extension on the bottom of that thing and it would only stick out a little bit if any for a cheap 3 gun shotgun. 13+1 capacity sounds like fun.

  • Mystick

    Is that steel or aluminum that’s anodized?

  • derfley

    So these will be re-badged Armsan shotguns then?