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Mossberg Shotgun Models 500, 590, 535, 835, and Silver Reserve Double Barrel Side-by-Sides

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                We have in our store a mid 1800s percussion muzzleloading shotgun that was the murder weapon in the death of one of our Scots Irish relatives, John Noah Young. Local vigilantes conducted a much publicized lynching of the perpetrator, surname of Lyrue. Most of our ancestors used similar double barrels, and Stevens Doubles were part of our stock in trade when we started in 1952. The 1897 and 1912 Winchester Shotguns with their slide actions were made for smokeless powder, and those venerable field guns also held their place among our early stock. The newcomer Remington 870 swiftly overtook the Winchesters among the rabbit, squirrel, and dove hunters of our little county after their 1950 debut. By the early 1960s, however, a new creature from an old company came into play, the Mossberg 500 pump gun. In the 1960s and 1970s, with more capital among our hard working clientele, the Remington 870 eclipsed its much neglected competitor, the plain Jane, lowly Mossberg. The Mossbergs were always there, though. They weren’t pretty, but they worked. Those early Mossbergs only had one slide arm, but then so did the much revered Winchester Model 12s. In 1970, when Mossberg installed double steel slide arms into its model 500 series shotguns, a new wave of respectability hit. Mossberg’s reputation increased in 1988 when its 835 Ulti-Mag hit the market, and drastically undercut Remington on its price points and more importantly on its ability to function in the foulest of weather conditions.

   With the demise of domestically produced Savage Stevens 311 series shotguns about the same time, first China, then Russia, and then finally Turkish gunmakers filled the void with sturdy and slick looking double barrels. The Turks, as of this writing, have taken the field.

    This page contains photos and descriptions of our current best sellers from O.F. Mossberg in New Haven, Connecticut and its Maverick affiliate in Eagle Pass, Texas; as well as a special purchase we have on the very best value available on slick made classic walnut-stocked Silver Reserve doubles.

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        We have links below to our listings of related firearms and items on Guns America.

 

LG77084 

Mossberg International 12 gauge Double Barrel Silver Reserve 3 inch 28 in Single Selective Trigger Nickel Engraved Receiver New Old Stock with 5 Beretta Mobil-Choke thread Tubes Walnut Stock & Forend

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          From Mossberg’s International division comes this outstanding Silver Reserve Side by Side Shotgun. Examination of its lines and workmanship demonstrate the impressive expertise of Turkish Gunmakers who, after all, have been at the trade for as long as their Italian teachers and counterparts. The home company is Kayhan Art of Turkey. Not only Mossberg, but also Remington, Smith & Wesson, and Weatherby have all indulged their lines with shotguns made in Turkey; and this is the most attractive of the entire lot. It is every bit as slick as the Ithaca / SKB doubles from the 1970s. Kayhan, and pretty much all Turkish guns we have sold, portray their Italian influence. The milling equipment, we are told, is from Italy. Metal construction is all steel, blue steel 28 inch barrels. Chambering is for any 2 3/4 inch or 3 inch shell. Choke system is Beretta Mobil-choke style, threads at the muzzle, and any Benelli or Beretta tubes will interchange with the Silver Reserve’s tubes. This shotgun comes with a total of five tubes: two each .708 Improved Cylinder; and one each .701 Modified, one each .691 Improved Modified, and one each .683 Full. Sighting system is low groove recessed rear beginning at the top of the breech lug, and brass bead front sight. Ejection system is solid block extractors, no shell-slinging ejectors. Mechanism is classic Beretta style box lock with Single Selective Trigger and tang mounted safety that also acts as the barrel selector in safe position. Trigger guard, breech lever and forend furniture are all blue steel; and receiver is half coverage engraved nickel plated steel. Stock and forend are satin finished Turkish Walnut, with cut checkering on the forend sides and pistol grip area. Length of pull measures 14 1/8 inches from the face of the single gold plated trigger to the end of the 1/2 inch decelerator type factory recoil pad. Buttstock drop is 1 3/4 inches at the comb, and 2 1/2 inches at the butt. Right hand cant to the buttstock is about an inch, so this shotgun will not be southpaw friendly unless its buttstock is altered or shimmed to cant it to the left. Weight empty is 7.2 pounds, balanced at the front of the receiver. Photo specimen is one of only a few dozen we were able to get on an Importer liquidation. All of them are brand new, and under Mossberg Factory Service Warranty; at this price, however, we will accept returns within 7 days of the execution of the 4473 form. We have only seen occasional edge scouring around the pistol grip cap area on the buttstock. Photo specimen’s buttstock stain is natural and original to its walnut. Replacement pricing on this shotgun is over $1,000.00 on the retail level. It wholesales for over $700.00. We’re offering the 12 gauge Mossberg 77084 Silver Reserve in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each         for only       $ 389.00.  2% discount if payment is with USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card

 

LG77081 

Mossberg International 12 gauge Double Barrel Silver Reserve 3 inch 26 in Single Selective Trigger Nickel Engraved Receiver New Old Stock with 5 Beretta Mobil-Choke thread Tubes Walnut Stock & Forend

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          From Mossberg’s International division comes this outstanding Silver Reserve Side by Side Shotgun. Examination of its lines and workmanship demonstrate the impressive expertise of Turkish Gunmakers who, after all, have been at the trade for as long as their Italian teachers and counterparts. The home company is Kayhan Art of Turkey. Not only Mossberg, but also Remington, Smith & Wesson, and Weatherby have all indulged their lines with shotguns made in Turkey; and this is the most attractive of the entire lot. It is every bit as slick as the Ithaca / SKB doubles from the 1970s. Kayhan, and pretty much all Turkish guns we have sold, portray their Italian influence. The milling equipment, we are told, is from Italy. Metal construction is all steel, blue steel 26 inch barrels. Chambering is for any 2 3/4 inch or 3 inch shell. Choke system is Beretta Mobil-choke style, threads at the muzzle, and any Benelli or Beretta tubes will interchange with the Silver Reserve’s tubes. This shotgun comes with a total of five tubes: two each .708 Improved Cylinder; and one each .701 Modified, one each .691 Improved Modified, and one each .683 Full. Sighting system is low groove recessed rear beginning at the top of the breech lug, and brass bead front sight. Ejection system is solid block extractors, no shell-slinging ejectors. Mechanism is classic Beretta style box lock with Single Selective Trigger and tang mounted safety that also acts as the barrel selector in safe position. Trigger guard, breech lever and forend furniture are all blue steel; and receiver is half coverage engraved nickel plated steel. Stock and forend are satin finished Turkish Walnut, with cut checkering on the forend sides and pistol grip area. Length of pull measures 14 1/8 inches from the face of the single gold plated trigger to the end of the 1/2 inch decelerator type factory recoil pad. Buttstock drop is 1 3/4 inches at the comb, and 2 1/2 inches at the butt. Right hand cant to the buttstock is about an inch, so this shotgun will not be southpaw friendly unless its buttstock is altered or shimmed to cant it to the left. Weight empty is 7.1 pounds, balanced at the front of the receiver. Photo specimen is one of only a few dozen we were able to get on an Importer liquidation. All of them are brand new, and under Mossberg Factory Service Warranty; at this price, however, we will accept returns within 7 days of the execution of the 4473 form. We have only seen occasional edge scouring around the pistol grip cap area on the buttstock. Replacement pricing on this shotgun is over $1,000.00 on the retail level. It wholesales for over $700.00. We’re offering the 12 gauge Mossberg 77083 Silver Reserve in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each  for only       $ 389.00.  2% discount if payment is with USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card

 

LG77085 

Mossberg International 12 gauge Double Barrel Onyx Reserve 3 inch 26 in Single Selective Trigger Blue Steel Engraved Receiver New Old Stock with 5 Beretta Mobil-Choke thread Tubes Walnut Stock & Forend

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          From Mossberg’s International division comes this outstanding Onyx Reserve Side by Side Shotgun. Examination of its lines and workmanship demonstrate the impressive expertise of Turkish Gunmakers who, after all, have been at the trade for as long as their Italian teachers and counterparts. The home company is Kayhan Art of Turkey. Not only Mossberg, but also Remington, Smith & Wesson, and Weatherby have all indulged their lines with shotguns made in Turkey; and this is the most attractive of the entire lot. This is Mossberg International’s Onyx Reserve Side-by-Side Double Barrel. It is every bit as slick as the Ithaca / SKB doubles from the 1970s. Kayhan, and pretty much all Turkish guns we have sold, portray their Italian influence. The milling equipment, we are told, is from Italy. Metal construction is all steel, blue steel 28 inch barrels. Chambering is for any 2 3/4 inch or 3 inch shell. Choke system is Beretta Mobil-choke style, threads at the muzzle, and any Benelli or Beretta tubes will interchange with the Onyx Reserve’s tubes. This shotgun comes with a total of five tubes: two each .708 Improved Cylinder; and one each .701 Modified, one each .691 Improved Modified, and one each .683 Full. Sighting system is low groove recessed rear beginning at the top of the breech lug, and brass bead front sight. Ejection system is solid block extractors, no shell-slinging ejectors. Mechanism is classic Beretta style box lock with Single Selective Trigger and tang mounted safety that also acts as the barrel selector in safe position. Trigger guard, breech lever and forend furniture are all blue steel; and the matching receiver is half coverage engraved. Stock and forend are satin finished Turkish Walnut, with cut checkering on the forend sides and pistol grip area. Length of pull measures 14 1/8 inches from the face of the single gold plated trigger to the end of the 1/2 inch decelerator type factory recoil pad. Buttstock drop is 1 3/4 inches at the comb, and 2 1/2 inches at the butt. Right hand cant to the buttstock is about an inch, so this shotgun will not be southpaw friendly unless its buttstock is altered or shimmed to cant it to the left. Weight empty is 7.1 pounds, balanced at the front of the receiver. Photo specimen is one of only a few dozen we were able to get on an Importer liquidation. All of them are brand new, and under Mossberg Factory Service Warranty; at this price, however, we will accept returns within 7 days of the execution of the 4473 form. We have only seen occasional edge scouring around the pistol grip cap area on the buttstock. Replacement pricing on this shotgun is over $1,000.00 on the retail level. It wholesales for over $700.00. We’re offering the 12 gauge Mossberg 77085 Onyx Reserve in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each         for only       $ 389.00.  2% discount if payment is with USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card

 

LG77006 

Mossberg International 28 gauge Double Barrel Silver Reserve 2 3/4 inch 26 in Single Selective Trigger Nickel Steel  Engraved Receiver New Old Stock with 5 Beretta Mobil-Choke thread Tubes Walnut Stock & Forend

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          From Mossberg’s International division comes this outstanding Silver Reserve Side by Side Shotgun. Examination of its lines and workmanship demonstrate the impressive expertise of Turkish Gunmakers who, after all, have been at the trade for as long as their Italian teachers and counterparts. The home company is Kayhan Art of Turkey. Not only Mossberg, but also Remington, Smith & Wesson, and Weatherby have all indulged their lines with shotguns made in Turkey; and this is the most attractive of the entire lot. This is Mossberg International’s Silver Reserve Side-by-Side Double Barrel. It is every bit as slick as the Ithaca / SKB doubles from the 1970s, and we do not know of any 28 gauges SKB ever made. Kayhan, and pretty much all Turkish guns we have sold, portray their Italian influence. The milling equipment, we are told, is from Italy. Metal construction is all steel, blue steel 26 inch barrels and nickel plated engraved receiver. Chambering is for any 2 3/4 inch shells. Choke system is Beretta Mobil-choke style, threads at the muzzle, and any Benelli or Beretta tubes will interchange with the Onyx Reserve’s tubes. This shotgun comes with a total of five tubes: two each .540 Improved Cylinder; one each .538 Modified, one each .525 Improved Modified, and one each .515 Full. Sighting system is low groove recessed rear beginning at the top of the breech lug, and brass bead front sight. Ejection system is solid block extractors, no shell-slinging ejectors. Mechanism is classic Beretta style box lock with Single Selective Trigger and tang mounted safety that also acts as the barrel selector in safe position. Trigger guard, breech lever and forend furniture are all blue steel; and the matching receiver is half coverage engraved. Stock and forend are satin finished Turkish Walnut, with cut checkering on the forend sides and pistol grip area. Length of pull measures 14 1/8 inches from the face of the single gold plated trigger to the end of the 1/2 inch decelerator type factory recoil pad. Buttstock drop is 1 3/4 inches at the comb, and 2 1/2 inches at the butt. Right hand cant to the buttstock is about an inch, so this shotgun will not be southpaw friendly unless its buttstock is altered or shimmed to cant it to the left. Weight empty is 6.4 pounds, balanced at the front of the receiver. Photo specimen is one of only a few dozen we were able to get on an Importer liquidation. All of them are brand new, and under Mossberg Factory Service Warranty; at this price, however, we will accept returns within 7 days of the execution of the 4473 form. We have only seen occasional edge scouring around the pistol grip cap area on the buttstock. Replacement pricing on this shotgun is over $1,000.00 on the retail level. It wholesales for over $700.00. We’re offering the 28 gauge Mossberg 77006 Silver Reserve in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each      for only       $ 489.00.  2% discount if payment is with USPS Money Order & Not Credit Card

 

 

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LG62338x   

Mossberg 12 gauge Model 835 Ulti-Mag 10 Shot Custom Tactical 3 1/2 inch chamber 24 inch Fiber Optic Adjustable Rifle Sights Ported

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Why get all hot and bothered wanting an AR-15 when this shotgun outperforms that venerable rifle at close range? Firing a 1 9/16 ounce load of 3 1/2 inch #T steel shot delivers payload roughly equivalent to 100 rounds of .22 LR ammunition, all in one shot, and recoil is more manageable with steel, especially with this Mossberg’s padded synthetic stock configuration. With, for instance, Winchester’s 54 Pellet #4 Buck in 3 1/2 inch, a similar payload with 54 pellets develops, like firing 54 rounds of .22 LR ammunition, all with one single pull of the trigger. With its extended steel Choate Machine Tool magazine, this model 835 goes from its original 5 + 1 capacity on 2 3/4 inch shells up to 9 + 1. Capacity, of course, on 3 inch shells is one less, and two less with 3 1/2 inch shells. Payload capability, then, with steel is the close range equivalent of 800 rounds of .22 LR. This fine shotgun’s 24 inch barrel comes outfitted with a .690 diameter Turkey Extra Full Accu-Mag Tube that is NOT for use with steel shot. We are also including a factory Accu-Mag tube in blue steel, marked Full BB #1 &#2, that measures .702 and works fine for Steel Shot, and matches the ordinary Improved Cylinder constriction for tactical shotguns. Barrel has 16 recoil-reducing ports arrayed on either side of the second rib post. The Ventilated Rib houses high visibility green fiber optic front sight, and windage and elevation adjustable red double fiber optic rear sight. Finish, with the exception of the choke tubes and Choate magazine tube extension, are Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Camo. Construction is the same as any model 835, steel barrel and parts housed in a lightweight alloy receiver that renders a light, well balanced unloaded weight of (statistics coming soon)

Forend, trigger guard, and buttstock are matching finish polyemer. Buttstock measures 14 1/8 inches length of pull from the trigger face to the end of the inch thick black recoil pad. Note that the buttstock accepts standard Quick-detach swivels, and the magazine clamp has its own permanent swivel that can easily modified to accept a QD swivel. Replacement pricing on similarly equipped custom shotguns will range upwards of $800 apiece. We’re offering the Custom Tactical or Turkey 835 in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates  for only          $ 489.00.    Not transferable to civilian residents of New York City, or any jurisdiction where 9 shot pump shotguns are restricted to Law Enforcement only.

 

LG45229U  

Mossberg 12 gauge model 535 Turkey Thug 3 1/2 inch Tactical Receiver Rail Camo Pistol Grip Stock

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          Why get all hot and bothered wanting an AR-15 when this shotgun outperforms that venerable rifle at close range? Firing a 1 9/16 ounce load of 3 1/2 inch steel shot delivers payload roughly equivalent to 100 rounds of .22 LR ammunition, all in one shot, and recoil is more manageable with steel, especially with this Mossberg’s pistol grip stock configuration. With, for instance, Winchester’s 54 Pellet #4 Buck in 3 1/2 inch, a similar payload with 54 pellets develops, like firing 54 rounds of .22 LR ammunition, all with one single pull of the trigger. This Mossberg 535 shotgun is built on the time honored 500 design, only capable of handling any standard or magnum 12 gauge shells all the way from 2 3/4 inch trap loads to the 3 1/2 inch magnums we’ve mentioned. Photos show a specimen of Mossberg’s 535 Turkey Thug with 20 inch Accu-Mag barrel and that is furnished with a ported factory Mossberg XX Full Accu-Choke tube that mikes at .724 on its back side and then chokes down to .664 at the muzzle, a pretty drastic amount of constriction. A person should not, of course, use steel shot in the XX Full tube;  We are also including a factory Mossberg Extended Steel Shot tube for folk who want to use steel shot. Construction on the 535 is similar to the 500: steel barrel and internal parts including double slide bars, all mounted to a lightweight but very strong alloy receiver. Note the Picatinny or Weaver type rail on top of the receiver to accept most any optical or laser device. Finish is factory MOBU-INF Mossy Oak Breakup / Infinity camo. This shotgun’s only surface detractions are handling wear marks to that camo finish, principally on its buttstock and pistol grip edges, as the photos will show. At press time we had fewer than a dozen of these; their writeups are the same, but the photos are of each individual shotgun and our photographer is on the lookout for the wear spots. We classify this shotgun as Excellent, perhaps even Near Mint. It was never out of Mossberg Corporate custody until we got it, never had a 4473 form executed on it. It is in a relabeled factory Mossberg box, and that is how it shipped from the factory, with instruction manual and Mossberg cable lock. It even has a six month factory Warranty, and that is why we have No Returns indicated. Specs are slide or pump action shotgun, manufacturer O.F. Mossberg & Sons, model 535 Turkey Thug, SKU 45229. Barrel is 20 inch threaded for choke tubes, camo finish with factory fiber optic high visibility green and red dot, bifocal friendly sights. Note the barrel lug placement is the same as the model 500; barrels will interchange, but of course this is a 3 1/2 inch receiver and most 500 Barrels will only handle 3 inch shells. Capacity is 5 + 1 on 2 3/4 inch shells, 4 + 1 on 3 inch, and 3 + 1 on 3 1/2 inch shells. Maximum payload capacity, then, on #4 Lead Buckshot is 162 pellets  on 2 3/4 inch; 205 pellets on 3 inch; and 216 pellets of #4 Buck on 3 1/2 inch shells. Only the ill fated Thompson .22 Clones and Calico helical guns of the 1980s could deliver similar firepower. They didn’t work; the Mossberg 500 action does work. Note the Mossberg LBA Lightning Bolt Action set trigger, one up on the Savage Accu-Triggers; and yes, Virginia, accuracy and trigger pull are very important on shotguns, especially for Turkey Hunting and Tactical Work. Replacement pricing on brand new specimens, if a person can even find one, exceeds $600 apiece in our area. We’re offering the Mossberg 535 Turkey Thug, however,           for only       $ 389.00.    Our 535 Turkey Thugs are individually photographed on Guns America.

 

LG50521T  

Mossberg 12 gauge model 500 Parkerized Trench Gun style Heat Shield 18 in 6 Shot Synthetic 2 3/4 or 3 inch New

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          The tried and true Mossberg 500 shotgun has not only been a staple stand by for hunters all over the country; it is long respected by Law Enforcement. In its more highly developed forms, the 500 SP and 590A1, it serves our country in its military as well. Here is a special edition Mossberg 500, and we have complemented it further by adding a polymer heat shield, somewhat on the style of the World War I trench gun. This Mossberg 500’s barrel, magazine tube, slide arms, bolt, and shell carrier – all its steel parts – are military parkerized finish; and the lightweight alloy receiver is black matte anodized. Trigger group and safety lever are polymer, and the safety is the traditional Mossberg top tang safety that is southpaw-friendly. Other specs are: slide action shotgun with side ejection and top tang safety; receiver disconnector lever, smooth faced combat trigger; 18 inch cylinder bore barrel with both 2 3/4 inch and 3 inch capability; magazine capacity 5 + 1 on 2 3/4 inch shells or 4 + 1 on 3 inch magnums. Buttstock is black synthetic, pliable high impact polymer that bends a bit during recoil and soaks up some of the shaking; plus, it comes with the factory 1 inch thick recoil pad, as the photos show. Forend is conventional semi-beavertail with checkered surfaces. This variant came to us on a special purchase, we only have a few of these. Replacement pricing on the currently produced 590 series Mossbergs, this one’s M&P descendants, is in the $600 range in our area. We’re offering this Military and Police configuration Model 500, however, the one in the photos and one of its identical mates, each                for only       $ 289.00.          Add a Factory Pistol grip cruiser kit only $29.00 additional. 

 

 

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Handguns $12 lower 48; $40 Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, USPS Priority Mail, insured with Delivery Confirmation. Long Guns $20 lower 48, $60 to AK / HI / PR, USPS Priority for Lever Actions. Any orders should be initiated by the person who will own the firearm. Don’t buy for your buddies, that kind of thing gets awfully close to felony level straw purchase, illegal in the entire United States. MC/Visa/Discover/USPS MO paid orders shipped same day. 7 day hold on checks.  FFL ok by fax, e-mail or mail, please ask your dealer to put your name on there. We offer 7 day money back on used guns and items, but No Returns on New in Box guns or on Lay-aways or ammo. We do not pay transfer fees or return shipping. New guns have factory warranties and we are not a warranty station. We accept lay-away with 20% down, balance in 90 days - lay aways not refundable, though. Internet phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon - Fri CST. Local pickup available. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340 We Buy, Sell, or Trade. We always have, since 1952. 

 

 

Any of our items can be picked up right here on Front Street. Just let us know what you need, and we’ll have it ready. We just aren’t able to maintain a showroom any more. Walk-in local buyer customers please add 9 3/4% Tennessee Sales Tax; this only applies to items delivered across our counter or anywhere inside the State of Tennessee. FFL Dealers for local pickup must bring Both their FFL and their State Resale Certificate. The Tennessee Department of Revenue does not recognize FFLs without State Issued Resale Certificate.

           

 

 

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