Mossberg® 500 Dual Comb® Shotgun Combo

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12 Gauge

Blued

Wood

Barrel Length:
28"/24"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
7.5 lbs.
The Mossberg 500 Dual Comb Shotgun is a pump action shotgun that offers an incredibly diverse variety of hunting and shooting configurations. Comes with accu-set of chokes, fully bored, 4 + 1 capacity, and wood stock. Twin bead on shotgun barrel with integral scope base on rifle barrel. Comes with 2 combs for customized setup and shooting comfort.
Mossberg® 500 Dual Comb® Shotgun Combo 4.5 5 2 2
Good gun but no LPA trigger While the product description states it has an LPA trigger, the combo I received does not. The Mossberg website also lists the combo with a standard trigger. I don't need the LPA trigger but I thought it would be a nice feature to have. Also both barrels are ported (a surprise when I took it out of the box; the store model I looked at before buying had the rifled slug barrel installed and I did see it was ported), they don't mention this in the description but if you look closely at the picture you can see them. I don't know how it well affects felt recoil but I will find out next week when I take it out. The gun is loaded with grease (for corrosion protection) so make sure you don't put it on your wife's white couch before you give it a good cleaning. The action is rough but I expect it to become more smooth over time but I don't think it'll ever be as smooth as a Remington 870. We've had a Mossberg 500 in 20 gauge in the family over 25 years and it still goes "BOOM" every time you pull the trigger so I decided a 12 gauge would be a good addition since I am starting to hunt waterfowl. The main reason I picked the Mossberg 500 over the Remington 870 is that this combo comes with a cantilevered rifled barrel, a standard barrel, three chokes, two combs and...one of the best features of all time, a safety that you can operate with your thumb. Oh and the price was pretty good for all the things you're getting. Overall I am happy with the purchase and I expect the gun to serve me well for many years to come. February 23, 2014
If I only had 1 gun I have had this gun for several years. It is competint & durable. Nothing fancy but it is the bigest bang for the buck I own. I have used it for trap, skeet, squirrel, rabbit, fox, deer. Sure, it is not the finest gun in the safe, but that is exactly why it goes with me on so many hunts, I dont cry when it gets scratched up. August 17, 2010
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Mainly hunting for deer, pheasant, birds, etc.
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YES, this would be an excellent gun for either a first-time shooter looking to break some clay targets or a long-time hunter. I like this combo because it gives you everything you need for whatever you want to do.
The Mossberg 500 Action has been in production for over 50 years. The 590A1 (military) version is the only shotgun approved for use in all branches of military service because it must be reliable when lives are at stake.
One of the best features of this gun is the thumb-operated safety which encourages shooters to actually use the safety. When we take new shooters out into the field, we like to see them operating that thumb safety while hunting.
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The choke installed is a Modified choke. The gun also comes with an Improved Cylinder and Full choke. All the chokes are threaded as well as the smooth bore barrel.
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The choke is a stock rem choke. Its a Modified choke that can handle steel or lead. Yest the choke is threaded and is a Remington style thread.
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Most Mossberg shotguns such as the Model 500 come with a set of "Accu-choke" threaded screw-in choke tubes. The set includes improved cylinder, modified, and full choke tubes, which cover most game-hunting situations. Many turkey hunters opt for an additional "extra full" or "turkey" choke tube for a tighter shot pattern.
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