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This is my Mossberg 500 Cruiser chambered in 12 gauge.




The 500 series comprises widely varying models of hammerless, pump action repeaters, all of which share the same basic receiver and action, but differ in bore size, barrel length, choke options, magazine capacity, and "furniture" ( stock and forearm) materials
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The big 2 here for LE are Remington and Mossberg. Remington seems to be the No.1, but personally I prefer the safety location on the Mossberg. Honestly, that's the only thing that makes the difference between the two for me.
 

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My Mossberg 800AM, .308 cal, mfg 1966.
I just call it my "Deerslayer", its a tack driver.





btw, I paid $100 for it ,at a garage sale, and restored it, been offered $750, :)

Jim
 

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O/U

Haven't seen anyone post their O/U yet so here's my Mossberg International O/U in 12ga. Traded a Stoeger O/U for it at my LGS, I just wasnt happy with how the Stoeger fit. This one swings like a champ and we broke 21 of 25 clays last weekend at a fundraiser trapshoot.

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That's nice Dods...!!

I actually own a Stoeger Uplander side by side...my first shotgun.
 

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Just purchased this Mossberg 590A1 at the PA NG Armory Gun Show in NE Philadelphia on 5/17/2014...









Specifications:

Gauge: 12
Chamber: 3"
Capacity: 9
Barrel: 20"
Sights: Ghost Ring
Stock: Black Synthetic
Choke: Cylinder Bore
Barrel Finish: Parkerized
LOP: 14"
Overall Length: 41"
Weight: 7.25 lbs
Packed for Shipment: 5/7/2014


I'll be first in line at the gun range tomorrow...!!
 

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How did your range time at go? Did you get a good pattern out of it?
In a three hour period...I shot close to 100 rounds of different types ( bird shot / buck shot / slugs ) high brass / low brass from different manufacturers. The bird and buck shot patterns at 25 yards were real good...with most pellets staying in the 30" diameter target.

The M590A1 functioned perfectly...!!
 
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