Gun Report

SIG Sauer Aurora TR20 Field 12-Gauge 3 inch

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This is a nicely executed shotgun. It fits many people well, looks great, has an adjustable trigger, offers a full complement of chokes, and handles smoothly.

SIG Sauer Aurora TR20 Field 12-Gauge 3 inch

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Hunting
Recreational
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One of the distinctive parts of the SIG's cosmetics package is the Prince of Wales rounded grip. The checkering and wood quality are topnotch, too.
One of our major complaints about nearly every shotgun we test is the trigger. Most are too heavy and have an indistinct release. The SIG has an exterior adjustment screw (arrow) so a gunsmith can tune yours just so.
One of the showiest parts of the SIG was its receiver, which was adorned with quite a lot of engraving. The satin-nickel finish glowed under light.
The view down the Aurora's 7mm ventilated rib is wide and easy to pick up.

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