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WTS Mossberg 935 12 ga. Turkey/Waterfoul Combo


Reel Thing

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On 1/12/2021 at 10:54 AM, Reel Thing said:

slug bbl is 24"chambered for 2 3/4-3"-3 1/2" rifled bore.  It also has a 28" bbl. chambered for 3" & 3 1/2" with a turkey choke. Also a sling.$750.

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Are there any issues with the gun?

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great turkey gun

when I was looking years ago for a semi auto turkey gun the 935 was on the top of my list.....cause it was near turkey season I couldn't find any new, used I found but asking price was almost as much as new.....settled for pick #2, Remington 1187 Super Magnum Shure Shot Stock and got a great deal on it

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There has been a lot info on the gun forums about the 935 not cycling rounds that were not  high velocity or 2 3/4.  Many said meticulous cleaning fixes most of the problems but 2 3/4 rounds consistently hang. Now that said, there is also a lot of good remarks about the gun with HV rounds and how well it shoots. Can to tell us if you experienced any of these issues.

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4 hours ago, bushden said:

There has been a lot info on the gun forums about the 835 not cycling rounds that were not  high velocity or 2 3/4.  Many said meticulous cleaning fixes most of the problems but 2 3/4 rounds consistently hang. Now that said, there is also a lot of good remarks about the gun with HV rounds and how well it shoots. Can to tell us if you experienced any of these issues.

Mine cycle rounds fine..it just has to be racked hard

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26 minutes ago, 230jhp said:

Mine cycle rounds fine..it just has to be racked hard

I am not sure I understand what you are saying, Yours cycles OK then why would you have to rack a semi auto it should eject on its own?

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3 minutes ago, bushden said:

I am not sure I understand what you are saying, Yours cycles OK then why would you have to rack a semi auto it should eject on its own?

I was responding to your post about 835's not 935's Look at the post I quoted...it says 835.

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10 minutes ago, 230jhp said:

I was responding to your post about 835's not 935's Look at the post I quoted...it says 835.

SORRY my bad I typo's 835 and should have typed 935.

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I had one awesome gun for turkey and deer, the best patterns I’ve ever had out of a shotgun.  Mine would not cycle birdshot high brass or low. Only 3 to 3.5 turkey loads and buckshot. I never tried it on waterfowl loads. I sold it on here before you had to use a ffl 

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