History of O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.
Since the Swedish immigrant Oscar Fredrick Mossberg first began selling his original Brownie pistol back in 1919, to today when Mossberg guns are used on battlefields, in competitions, home defense, and more, the Mossberg name has become one of the most trusted in the gun manufacturing business. In fact, they’re still a family-owned business, and they’re committed to excellence in performance and aesthetic appeal in every rifle they make.
Mossberg Guns for Sale
Since 1962, the Mossberg 500 has been the standard weapon of choice for people who take pride in quality guns. It quickly became one of the world’s most popular shotguns and is now available in endless variants to fit each shooter’s needs and tastes. The 500® shotgun is designed with dual extractors, twin action bars, positive steel lockup, a top-mounted safety (making it ambidextrous), and an anti-jam elevator. A recent development in newer models is the FLEX modular system, which allows users to put their AR magazines to work in a pump-action shotgun. In
The Mossberg 590 Shockwave comes in three variants.
The 590 Shockwave Nightstick not only looks great with its wood stock and leather hand strap, it’s professional-grade. As a short-barrelled pump-action shotgun with a Raptor bird’s head pistol grip and ambidextrous, top-mounted safety, it’s a functional work of art.
The 590 Shockwave Shock ‘n’ Saw, with its Chainsaw grip, is for those who want the feel of revving a chainsaw while pumping a shotgun. Ergonomically, it’s flawless and fun to shoot. It’s got an aluminum forend and brilliant design on top of all the 500 shotgun features.
The 590 Shockwave SPX: a Shockwave with a receiver-mounted side-saddle for holding extra shells in the included polymer shell holders in addition to the removable top accessory rail. It’s the same shotgun, but with more field-friendly features.
The 930 model is the answer to many hunting or home self-defense shotgun needs. The 930 Hunting shotgun is the model for those who depend on tough, no-hassle field performance. It delivers with its quick-empty mag release button, dual-gas vent system, and adjustable drop at comb with a stock-drop spacer system (synthetic models only). The 930 Tactical shotgun features the no-fuss quick-empty mag release and a drilled/tapped receiver which combine to make it an ideal home defense shotgun. The 930 Pro-Series Sporting shotgun was made for competition shooting experts (the legends Gil and Vicki Ash) for experts. With its specially-made stock for sporting clays (with an adjustable drop), Hi-Viz sights, Briley® Chokes, piston rings, and boron nitride coated gas piston, magazine tube, sear, and hammer (which all help with preventing corrosion and make it easy to clean, it’s one of the best shotguns for sale right now.
Designed in cooperation with the competition shooting expert Jerry Miculek, the new 940 JM Pro is meant for serious sport shooters. Cycling faster than previous models, which is achieved by its new 940 gas system, the 940™ shotgun pushes the boundaries of firearms engineering. Its adjustable stock and Mossberg-exclusive texturing make it a choice any competition shooter would feel proud to have in their gun case.
The Mossberg Maverick ‘88 is an iconic pump-action shotgun for a reason. And it’s versatile: all ‘88 pump-action models are completely compatible with all Mossberg 500 barrels (as long as gauge and capacity match).