I would have to say "pass" on this one. My father bought one to shoot trap last year, and after 3,000 rounds of light birdshot, the left lateral rib between the barrels worked itself loose. Not a good thing. Stoeger replaced it, but he immediately sold off the replacement and upgraded to a shotgun more capable of serious use. He just wasn't confident in the long term durability of that shotgun anymore.
If you just plan to shoot/hunt with it here or there, it may be okay. However, if you are looking for something to shoot often, I'd look elsewhere.
Here's his post on ShotgunWorld, a forum where many others have had problems with these shotguns: View topic - Stoeger Condor Competition Failure