CZ Reaper Magnum

The CZ Reaper Magnum is an over/under turkey gun that gives hunters the versatility of mixing and matching chokes and loads to cover a wider range of shot distances.

CZ Reaper Magnum

With 3.5-inch chambers, the CZ Reaper Magnum can handle any 12-gauge turkey load on the market, while the twin barrels can be equipped with two completely different choke tubes. A hunter can set up one barrel for close shots and the second for longer distances. By simply flipping the barrel selector before pulling the gun’s single trigger, hunters are able to select a pattern to fit the situation. Plus, hunters can load different shotshells in either chamber to further customize the gun. The combinations of chokes and shotshells are practically limitless, and to that end, the Reaper Magnum ships with six extended choke tubes. The over-under smoothbore also features 26-inch barrels, which allows it to take full advantage of higher-velocity turkey loads designed to topple toms at longer ranges while still being maneuverable and easy to handle. Twin ejectors allow for quick and easy loading and unloading from practically any position.

The CZ Reaper Magnum comes with a simple bead sight, but since most turkey hunters prefer to use a red-dot optic or low-magnification reflex sight, it also comes with a removable Picatinny rail, mounted directly to the vented rib over the monobloc so optics can be mounted as low as possible — important for turkey hunters shooting from blinds or seated low against a tree. Its synthetic stock’s exaggerated pistol grip also aids in comfortable seated shooting, and a generous trigger guard allows for thick gloves. The receiver is black, and the barrels and stock are finished in a versatile camouflage pattern to help combat turkeys’ excellent eyesight. QD sling swivels at the front and rear and a trim weight of 7 pounds makes this shotgun easy to tote to the blind in the early morning or carry all day in the field. MSRP: $1,025. Contact:


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