Mossberg introduces dozens new shotguns, rifles
By Daniel Terrill
The Connecticut-based O.F. Mossberg & Sons will release more than two dozen new shotguns and rifles at the gun industry’s annual trade show, SHOT, in Las Vegas this week, according to the company’s announcements.
A new edition to the Maverick line up. The economical series comes with new tactical features and colors. (Photo: Mossberg)
The new shotguns range from economical models in the Maverick line to semi-auto hunting scatterguns to defense-oriented pump actions and a new magazine-fed shotty.
930 and 835 Ulti-Mag Multi-Purpose Field Models added with new 26- or 28-inch barrel options and in black and bottomland camo.
The new autoloading models are chambered for three-inch 12 gauge shells, putting capacity at five shells, equipped with an FO front sight, use Mossberg’s Accu-set choke system and have a synthetic stock. Barrel length changes the rest of the specs. MSRP is $560 and $640 depending on barrel length.
The pump-action models are chambered for 3.5-inch 12-gauge shells, putting capacity at six shells, use a 26-inch barrel, which puts overall length at 56.75 inches and weight at 7.5 pounds. MSRP is $518-$603.
Mag-Fed 590 Pump-Action Shotgun introduced with interchangeable five-, 10-, 15-, and 20-round double-stack magazines. The two new models are chambered for 12 gauge shells, use