What is a Mossberg 500 Persuader?

What is a Mossberg 500 Persuader?

The Mossberg® 500® Persuader® 12 Gauge Pump-Action Shotgun has a 5+1-round capacity for 2-3/4″ shells, while the 18.5″ barrel with a cylinder bore choke provides accuracy in the field. The synthetic black stock and forearm are durable and rugged, while the thumb-operated safety is ambidextrous for convenience.

Does the Mossberg 500 come in a 20 gauge?

The Model 500 is available in 12 gauge, 20 gauge, and .

Can a Mossberg 500 BE magazine fed?

The standard Mossberg 500 has a magazine tube that holds five rounds in the tube and one in the chamber. There is another way to overcome capacity limits and decrease load times, though — by converting it to a box magazine-fed shotgun.

Who makes a 20 gauge tactical shotgun?

Remington 870 Express 20 Gauge Shotgun with Wood Laminate Stock.

How many rounds does a 12 gauge Mossberg hold?

The shotgun features a black synthetic stock and forearm for durability and a 6-round magazine capacity with 2-3/4″ shells and a 5-round capacity with 3″ shells.

How much does a Mossberg 500 cost?

It is similar to the Mossberg 500, and the fact that it is trusted by the US Military lets you know that they are indeed dependable firearms. The twin to the Mossberg 500 mentioned previously, a five-shot 12-gauge, pump-action shotgun with an 18-inch barrel can typically be found at retail (NEW) for around $335.

What is the length of a Mossberg 500?

The Mossberg 500 Cruiser shotgun is a .410-bore, pump-action shotgun that features a compact 18.5-inch barrel and an overall length of 29.5 inches.

What is the best Mossberg shotgun?

Mossberg 590A1 Tactical. Though the Remington 870 is the best-selling shotgun of all time, the Mossberg 500 series is a close second and is also an excellent shotgun (the Robertson family likes Mossberg shotguns for a good reason).

What is a Mossberg shotgun?

Mossberg 500 is a series of pump action shotguns manufactured by O.F. Mossberg & Sons. The 500 series comprises widely varying models of hammerless repeaters, all of which share the same basic receiver and action, but differ in bore size, barrel length, choke options, magazine capacity, stock and forearm materials.