Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl Shotgun Available in TrueTimber Camo

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posted on December 9, 2021
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Two new Mossberg 940 Pro semi-automatic shotgun models are available in TrueTimber camo. New for 2021, the 940 Pro Waterfowl features TrueTimber Prairie camo and the 940 Pro Snow Goose features TrueTimber Viper Snow Camo.

Built on the 940 autoloading shotgun platform, both models are designed specifically for hardcore waterfowl hunters. The addition of each TrueTimber camo pattern allows these guns to disappear into snowy or traditional waterfowl settings.

“We are really excited to see our camo patterns on these new guns, and we know our waterfowl fans are really going to love having a reliable gun to match their gear,” said TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “Mossberg has been a longstanding partner of ours and we are happy to see them expand their offerings in our camo patterns.”

The new 940 Pro Autoloader features a durable gas system that allows for up to 1500 rounds between cleanings and a host of corrosion-resistant internal parts. An enlarged/beveled loading port, elongated elevator and anodized follower combine for smoother operation. The adjustable LOP self-draining stock and streamlined fore-end feature Mossberg signature texturing and a TrueTimber camo finish. Cerakote on metal surfaces provides extra protection from the muddiest, wettest hunting conditions; and a front fiber-optic sight and ported extended choke tube help put more pellets where they are needed.

For more information, visit mossberg.com. MSRP 940 Pro Waterfowl: $1,050; MSRP 940 Pro Snow Goose: $1,120

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