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Mossberg Model 930 Special Purpose Shotgun
Item # 422488
Our Price $649.99
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Product DescriptionAll Mossberg 930 Special Purpose shotguns feature a self-regulating gas system that vents excess gas to aid in recoil reduction and eliminate stress on critical components. The 930 autoloaders chamber both 2-3/4 inch and 3-inch 12-gauge shotshells with ease from target loads, to non-toxic magnum loads, to the latest sabot slug ammo. To complete the package, each Mossberg 930 includes a set of specially designed spacers for quick adjustment of the horizontal and vertical angle of the stock, bringing a custom-feel and fit to every shooter. Safety and safe handling is of paramount importance in special purpose firearms, and the 930 was engineered with that in mind. The receiver-mounted safety is convenient for right or left-handed users; simply push the button forward to take the weapon off safe. A protruding chrome cocking-indicator button is strategically placed in the front inner-edge of the trigger guard, making it easy to see and feel when the weapon is cocked or un-cocked. Unloading has been made easier too, with the Mossberg EZ-Empty system. By depressing the bolt release, the carrier can be pushed up and the first shotshell in the magazine removed. Simply repeat until the magazine is empty. All 930 Special Purpose models feature a drilled and tapped receiver, factory-ready for Picatinny rail, scope base or optics installation. The Mossberg 930 Special Purpose autoloader features an 18-1/2" barrel with a muzzle brake, a black synthetic stock, and a 3" chamber. Cylinder bore barrel with a muzzle brake.
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Q:can buckshot be fired through this gun. thank youAsked on 3/30/2010 by Anonymous from sherman texas
A:Yes you can fire buckshot with this firearm.Answered on 8/15/2010 by Mike from Houston,TX
Q:can this model be used for home protection. And what modification am i allowed to make to this modelAsked on 1/15/2010 by ramonte from rochester, NY
A:Yes it can be used for home protection. As for modifications, the barrel is as short as they allow, and I would check local laws if you wanted to have a pistol grip. Mossberg is well supported in the aftermarket companies, you should not have too much trouble finding what your after.Answered on 2/26/2010 by The gun guy from Denver, CO
Q:what is amuzzle break?Asked on 12/12/2009 by bill from huntsville al
A:will have less kick back when firedAnswered on 12/17/2009 by sargent from michigan
A:Muzzle brakes and recoil compensators are devices that are fitted to the muzzle of a firearm or cannon to redirect propellant gases with the effect of countering both recoil of the gun and unwanted rising of the barrel during rapid fire. Muzzle brakes are very useful for combat and timed competition shooting, and are commonly found on rifles firing very large cartridges (often big-game rifles), as well as some artillery and tank guns. They are also commonly used on pistols for practical pistol competitions, and are usually called compensators in this contextAnswered on 12/18/2009 by From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia from ft bragg, nc.
A:It is a device on the gun to lessen the recoil of the gun,Answered on 12/21/2009 by Duckin from michigan
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