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How good is a Mossberg 535?

The Mossberg 535 is a no-compromise gun that you will either like or loathe. Yet it is a good, functional tool and that will be enough for some shooters. The Mossberg 535 is a practical tool to do the job required with super camouflage and a reliable operation.

Is the Mossberg 535 a good deer gun?

The Mossberg® 535 ATS Combo offers hunters an incredibly versatile Pump-Action Shotgun, suited for hunting a wide range of game, including deer, waterfowl, upland birds, and turkey. Hunters can reach the top-mounted safety quickly with the thumb of either hand, making the 535 naturally ambidextrous.

Can Mossberg 535 shoot slugs?

Can I shoot slugs or buckshot through a “smoothbore” field barrel with Accu-Choke™ tubes? (500/505/535/9200/88/930 models) Yes, and with sabots or rifled slugs, the more “open” the choke tube, the better the accuracy (“Improved Cylinder” recommended.)

What replaced the Mossberg 535?

Mossberg has discontinued that particular line, tweaking things and debuting the new Model 835 Tactical Turkey. It does have a couple additional features, but I did like the 535.

How many shells does Mossberg 535 hold?

The factory magazine tube capacity for the Mossberg 535 ATS is of five 3.5″ shotshells; capacity may vary when using shorter shells. The short magazine tube also allows for a shorter and faster forend travel.

Is Mossberg 535 the same as 500?

535 it costs only about an extra 20 bucks more than the 500 and you have the added capability of using 3.5 inch shells.

What is the difference between a Mossberg 535 and 835?

the 535 or the 835? I understand the main difference is the overbored barrel for better patterning, heavier, ported barrel(louder) with the 835. 535 is basically a 500 with capabilities of 3.5″ shells.

How many shells does a Mossberg 535 hold?

What’s the difference between a Mossberg 535 and 835?

What is the difference between Mossberg 535 and 835?

What is a Mossberg 535?

Description. The Mossberg® 535 Turkey Pump-Action Shotgun is specifically designed for serious turkey hunting. 535 pump shotguns feature dual extractors, twin action bars, positive steel-to-steel lock-up, and an anti-jam elevator that provide ultra-reliable, smooth operation.

What is Ulti-Mag used for?

The world’s first 3.5” pump shotgun, the 835® ulti-mag® manages the most punishing magnum loads with overbored barrels for better shot patterns and reduced felt recoil and muzzle jump for quicker follow-up shots.

How many Mags does a Mossberg 535 shotgun have?

It must be noted however, if you decide to attach a Model 500 barrel to your 535 receiver, you also gotta use a 500 mag tube. Additionally, all of the Mossberg 535 ATS shotguns (and variants) have a capacity of only 6, which is just average.

When did the Mossberg 500 shotgun come out?

Mossberg debuted their 500 shotguns in the 1960’s and have since released several upgrades and variants, including the Maverick 88, 590A1, and 505. Since the 535 is so similar to the 500, we’re going to focus on their distinctions and help paint a better picture to help you figure out which of these tremendous shotguns is for you.

What are the features of Mossberg Turkey pump action shotgun?

The Turkey Pump-Action’s adjustable fiber optic sights make target acquisition faster and the unique XX-Full choke offers a tight shot pattern even at long range. These great features combined with their effective Mossy Oak Obsession camo make the Turkey Thug the ultimate tom hunting companion.

What kind of sight does Mossberg Turkey Thug have?

The good news is that Mossberg is releasing new models of the Turkey Thug with new and improved options like a mounted and bore-sighted 30mm TRUGLO red-dot sight, new Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity camo, receiver-mounted Picatinny rail, and either a classic black/camo or full-length pistol grip stock.