Mossberg Announces Pro-Series Sporting and Waterfowl Shotguns

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posted on January 20, 2016
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Few hunters beat up their tools of the trade more than diehard waterfowlers. Ducks and geese rarely make things easy on those who pursue them, and that means some scatterguns are going to take a beating from the elements. Mossberg knows that as well as anyone, and for 2016 is introducing a solution in its new Pro-Series Waterfowl line.

Called the Pro-Series 930 and 935, the new shotguns are enhanced versions of the company's already popular 930 and 935 models. This time, though, they've been given upgrades that were crafted exclusively with bird hunters in mind. The Pro-Series guns have been coated with special finishes, like boron nitride, to ensure peak performance no matter the beating Mother Nature puts on them. Also included is a stainless steel recoil spring that's more likely to survive the elements during long, wet seasons in the blind.

Engraved with a Pro-Series Waterfowl logo, the new line is available in Mossy Oak's Shadow Grass Blades pattern. The shotguns feature a fiber optic front sight and a Stock Drop System that provides drop-at-comb adjustment shims for a customizable fit. Each gun also ships with a choke tube set. 

For more information, go to Mossberg.com.

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