#SundayGunday: Mossberg International Gold Reserve Black Label

posted on March 21, 2021
This week we're taking closer look at the Gold Reserve Black Label from Mossberg International. A workhorse of an over/under, the shotgun boasts a smooth break, shell ejectors and an extended choke set. As with any good over/under, of course, its form is as eye-catching as its function. Ornate yet understated scrolling adorns the polished black receiver, which is set in a Grade A Satin Black Walnut Stock. The barrels are polished blue, with upper and middle vent ribs. Learn more about this beautifully utilitarian upland gun in the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Associate Editor David Herman. MSRP: $983; mossberg.com.

Mossberg International Gold Reserve Black Label on white

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