Browning® Maxus™ Stalker Shotgun - Mossy Oak® Duck Blind™

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12 Gauge

Mossy Oak Duck Blind

Mossy Oak Duck Blind

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.2 lbs.
Delivering the big performance and ultra-reliability of a Maxus, the Browning Maxus Stalker Shotgun is one of the softest shooting autoloaders Browning offers. The Maxus Stalker features a receiver made of strong, lightweight aluminum alloy and Power Drive Gas System for reduced recoil and the ability to cycle a wide range of loads. The composite stock has a close radius pistol grip with in-molded textured gripping and Browning's proven Dura-Touch armor coating for a sure hold and sleek feel in all climate conditions. This semi-automatic comes with full, modified and improved cylinder chokes, and features a 3-1/2" chamber, 4 + 1 capacity, synthetic stock and front bead sight.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great Maxus shotgun I bought this gun 3 yrs ago as an upgrade from my pump action 870, nothing wrong with it just wanted an auto-loader. I live and hunt in North central Alberta. I've run everything from target loads to heavy waterfowl loads, this gun is a fine machine! I've used this gun in well below freezing temperatures, had dirt, mud, rain and snow in it and has never failed me in the field. The operating features of this shotgun are very user friendly, it handles and swings great in my opinion. Recoil seems fine though not the best I've seen. Take down on this gun is ultra fast and easy making cleaning painless. I have had this gun jam on me using a cheap target load, not going to mention which one but starts with a W. All other brands of target have operated just fine. Run many many loads through it. All in all this gun is one of the Best if not the Best shotgun I've ever used, and I have tried out many over the years. For the price compared to a Bennelli or Beretta this gun is unbeatable!! September 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great buy i have a browning maxus 3.5 inch mag and has worked in the rain/snow, from -20 degrees deer hunting and goose hunting and +30 degrees for ducks. cycled every round i put it never jammed and has soft recoil even with heavy magnums. well worth the purchase, money spent very well. September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by My first Browning and worth every Penny!!! Been hunting for over 20 years now with the same shotgun. I looked at numerous shotguns and fell in love with the Browing Maxus in BODB. I was gun shy at spending as much as I did for it but I have not regreats now. I've used it for Duck, Geese, Quail, Rabbit, Dove and shooting clays. It does not like light loads (under 1 oz or low recoil loads.) All other shells I've never had a jam or any problems with it. It has never failed me from 30 degrees to 120 degrees when I've been out shooting through the seasons. I purchased it last June and have over 2500 rounds through it now. Shoots softer than any other semi-auto shotgun I've tried. July 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best gun ever Took this gun goose hunting in 30 degree weather and it performed flawlesy in cold and rain with 3.5 shells and I went pheasant hunting and it was great in the feild , great action and fast cycling February 3, 2011
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Are there any type of modifications required to use low and high base loads?
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I only had it jam once with a cheap target load. I use this gun mainly to hunt waterfowl and i typically load my gun with 2, 3" for close shots and a 3.5" for a get away shot. I've never had a problem with it cycling any field load in any combination from 2.75 to 3 to 3.5
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no browning engineered there maxus to fire all rounds with ease ive use almost all rounds in my browning maxus and have never had any problems with it
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I've never had any problems with it shooting low or high base loads. Only low recoil loads have caused mine to not eject the rounds. Everything else works fine.
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If you are refering to low base as being regular field shot and high base as steel shot, then no there hould be no modifications needed. I sometimes leave the same choke tube in it after duck and goose season and just use that for shooting clays over the summer. Its a great gun if you know how to take care of it properly.
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No there is no Need to do any modifications to change loads that's a new feature for autoloaders
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