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935 Magnum™ DC Pro Series
O.F. Mossberg and Sons, Inc., has been a leader in the waterfowl market since the company’s development of the first 12-gauge 3 ½-inch pump-action shotgun in 1988. Continuing its tradition of delivering reliable, purpose-built shotguns to the market, Mossberg is pleased to offer the 930™ and 935 Magnum™ Pro-Series Waterfowl autoloading shotguns. These new shotguns are available with the most versatile and effective “pure grass” camo pattern, Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades. And with the Pro-Series special finishes and competition-proved parts, these premium autoloaders are built to increase performance and stand up to the rigors of waterfowl hunting from the first flights of teal in early fall to the frigid conditions of late-season goose hunts.
Mossberg’s Pro-Series shotguns feature boron nitride-coated gas pistons, piston rings, magazine tubes, hammers, sears, return spring plungers and return spring tubes for enhanced corrosion resistance and ease-of-cleaning. The addition of a stainless steel return spring ensures reliable, corrosion-free operation of the recoil system. The shell stops, bolt slides and elevators receive additional finishing which reduces overall friction on internal parts and provides for faster follow-up shots.
At the core of these smooth-cycling 12-gauge autoloading shotguns is Mossberg’s dual vent-gas system for reliable operation shot-after-shot and recoil reduction. Performance-enhancing features include a beveled loading gate for ease of reloading; front fiber optic sight, ideal for low-light conditions; Mossberg’s Stock Drop System that adjusts the vertical angle of the stock (drop at comb) for a custom-like fit; and 3 choke tube set (Full, Modified and Improved Cylinder) to modify your pattern based on your shotshell choice or the hunting conditions. Both the 930 and 935 Magnum have an easy quick-empty release button which provides for convenient unloading of shells from the magazine. Further distinguishing these high-performance shotguns from the competition are receivers engraved with “Pro-Series Waterfowl.”
The 930 and 935 Magnum Pro Series Waterfowl shotguns feature the latest in concealment with Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades. With over 25 years of camouflage pattern development, Mossy Oak concluded that the most effective waterfowl pattern was one that was purely grass. New Shadow Grass Blades incorporates unique, individual blades of coloration and position with a thatch background of other lesser pressed-down grasses. The contrasting depth and distance gives Shadow Grass Blades a realistic, 3D appearance and superior ability to break up a hunter’s outline.
The fully-camouflaged 12-gauge, 3 ½-inch 935 Magnum Pro-Series Waterfowl (82042) shotgun has a 28-inch overbored, vent rib barrel. The overbored barrel in this hard-hitting magnum further reduces felt recoil and delivers consistent, dense patterns. The 930 Pro-Series Waterfowl (85141)12-gauge, 3-inch shotgun features a 28-inch vent rib barrel and full camo coverage. MSRP: $797 – $931.
The rugged-reliability and enhanced performance features of Mossberg’s Pro-Series Waterfowl shotguns lead to your success throughout the waterfowl season.
Rio Ammunition’s premium BlueSteel ammo products for ducks and geese are go-to loads for hardcore waterfowl enthusiasts.
Available for both 12- and 20-gauge applications at a value-friendly $14.99 MSRP per 25-rd box. These 3” Magnum and 3.5” Super Magnum shells offer payloads ranging from 1-1/8 to 1-9/16 oz., velocities up to 1,550 fps, and come in shot sizes ranging from the BBB all the way to the #6’s.
High Flyer Choke
Whether you’re hunting distant geese, decoying ducks or an elusive covey of quail, high flyer chokes are proven performers.
High Flyer recommendations are based on the distance you wish to accomplish. In addition to waterfowl, High Flyer Chokes work great for hunting dove, upland game or quail. To determine which sizes will work best for you, see the recommendation chart.
While High Flyers can be safely used with lead shot, they are labeled based on the pattern performance you will get with steel or other non-toxic load you wish you use.
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