These multi-purpose hunting guns are available with 26-inch barrel lengths in a fully-camouflaged, Mossy Oak® Bottomland package with versatile ACCU-CHOKE™ (930 model) and ACCU-MAG™ (835 Ulti-Mag model) choke tube systems plus a Turkey-designated choke tube; a 28-inch barrel length with black synthetic stock and forend …
What chokes fit a Mossberg 930?
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|Gun Model||Choke Interchange|
|Mossberg 500||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Mossberg 535||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Mossberg 930||Browning Invector standard threads|
|Mossberg 9200||Browning Invector standard threads|
What is Mossberg Accu-choke system?
Description. Accu-Choke tubes fit Mossberg 500 and Maverick 88 12-gauge shotguns, allowing you to use lead, steel and alternative non-toxic shot. This full choke tube is possibly the most popular choice for hunting turkey.
What choke comes with Mossberg 835?
Carlsons, Mossberg 835/935 Flush Choke Tube, 12 Gauge, Improved Cylinder.
What is the order of shotgun chokes?
Which Shotgun Chokes Should You Use?
- For targets at 40+ yards or further, use Full Choke.
- For targets up to 40 yards, use 3/4 choke (improved modified US)
- For targets up to 35 yards, use 1/2 choke (modified US)
- For targets up to 30 yards, use 1/4 choke (improved cylinder US)
Will a Mossberg 500 choke fit a 930?
BTW, the 930 is a fine-fine gun! Talk to trulock also the 500 and 930 both take invector chokes.
Are shotgun chokes universal?
Manufacturers may change designs at any time without notification. In some cases there may be several different choke designs that have been used in the same model. If you are not SURE which choke fits your shotgun, please call for technical support. Never attempt to force a choke that does not screw in easily.
What choke should I use for slugs?
A cylinder choke is recommended for shooting rifled slugs in a smooth-bore barrel. Sabot slugs should only be shot through our fully-rifled slug barrels. It is not safe to shoot slugs through chokes tighter than those listed here.
What kind of choke does a Mossberg 500 have?
Many barrels that use choke tubes are stamped with the type (brand name) of the choke tube it uses. Most Mossberg 500’s use the Mossberg made “Accuchoke” tubes. Many Browning barrels are stamped “Invector” or “Invector Plus”. Winchesters are marked “Winchoke” or “Invector Plus” and maybe others.
Can you shoot a slug through an Accu choke?
Can I shoot slugs or buckshot through a “smoothbore” field barrel with Accu-Choke™ tubes? (500/505/535/9200/88/930 models) Yes, and with sabots or rifled slugs, the more “open” the choke tube, the better the accuracy (“Improved Cylinder” recommended.)
What is the best choke tube for a Mossberg 835?
The 835 shoots most shells really well with chokes in the . 670 to . 680 range. Some of these are Pure Gold, Indian Creek, SSX, Sumtoy and Stardot.
What’s the difference between a Mossberg 535 and 835?
The main difference between the two shotguns is the bore diameter. The 835 is overbored to almost 10ga bore and the 535 is standard 12ga. This means the 835 is good for patterning large payloads of pellets, but not the best for small payloads.
Can you shoot slugs out of a Mossberg 835?
Can I fire slugs through my 935™ or 835® vent rib, Accu-Mag® choke tube barrel? No, 935™ and 835® field barrels (those with a ventilated rib) are “overbored,” and the extra inside diameter may cause the projectile to “wobble” producing unreliable accuracy.
Should I shoot top or bottom barrel first?
In theory you should fire the bottom first since it is in line with the firing mechanism and the recoil pad thus creating less upward force when fired (less than the top barrel I mean). The top barrel should create greater upward torque due to the bigger distance from the main horizontal axis of the gun.
Can you shoot 00 buckshot through a full choke?
Of course you can shoot 00 through a full choke… Whether it patterns as well as other chokes through your specific gun is a matter of you doing your homework… But any ‘modern barrel’ in good condition will not be hurt by it… Won’t hurt the barrel, but patterns may be less than good….