Mossberg made big news this week, launching two new over-under shotgun lines. The Mossberg International Silver Reserve Field and Gold Reserve Sporting Series offer variants in .410 bore through 12 gauge.
Mossberg Reserve Series Over-Under Shotguns
The extensive new lines deliver seemingly every conceivable model for both hunting and sporting clays. The well-appointed break-action shotguns even include a 20-gauge youth model. Gold Series shotguns come in 12 and 20 gauge and .410 bore. Each features chrome-lined bores and chambers, along with dual-locking lugs.
Silver Reserve Field Series
The Silver Reserve stand out for their affordability. Each features a black walnut stock with a satin finish. The handsome cut-checkering on the grip matches the forend, and the stock exhibit 14-inch length-of-pull. Matte blue-finished, vent rib barrels provide the heart of the system.
Other standard features include shell extractors and a bead front sight. Five flush choke tubes come with field models. A familiar tang-mounted safety and barrel selector comes standard. A satin-finished receiver, complete with Mossberg log, rounds out the package.
An optional 12-gauge version comes with a durable black synthetic stock. It includes 28-inch barrels and a fiber-optic front sight. Younger shooters or smaller adults can opt for the 20-gauge Field Youth, sporting a 13.25-inch LOP.
Gold Reserve Sporting Series
The Gold Reserve Sporting Series raises the bar, with shotguns designed for performance. Hand-selected black walnut stocks, cut checkering and polished blue barrel finishes catch the eye. Meanwhile, the competition-ready guns come complete with 28- or 30-inch vent rib barrels. Each includes shell ejectors, a front bead sight and extended, checkered Sport Set choke tubes.
Each gun exhibits a polished silver receiver with decorative accents. Jeweled actions, rich scroll engraving and 24-karat gold inlay give a high-end appearance.
The Gold Reserve Black Label sports a 30-inch polished-blue barrel. The Gold Reserve Super Sport comes with an adjustable stock for cast, comb height and LOP. The shotguns retail for $983 and $1,221, respectively.
The Mossberg International shotgun lines provide quite an offering right out of the gate. You’ll want to check out their website and really go over each model. For even more info, please visit mossberg.com.
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