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Mossberg 590A1 – Mil-Spec 12-Gauge, Pump-Action Mossberg Shotgun

Mossberg 590A1

$516.83

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  • Mossberg 590A1 – Mil-Spec 12-Gauge, Pump-Action Mossberg Shotgun Mossberg 590A1 – Mil-Spec 12-Gauge, Pump-Action Mossberg Shotgun

Mossberg 590A1

The Mossberg 590A1 is a 12-gauge, pump-action shotgun with a 20-inch heavy barrel and a fixed synthetic stock. Its three-inch chamber provides for a nine-shell capacity, but the real draw –aside from its proven military performance – is the inclusion of an aluminum trigger guard and button safety, which are joined by a wealth of other practical features that make this shotgun one worthy of a look or two.

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$516.83

O.F. Mossberg & Sons, more commonly known as Mossberg, is an American arms manufacturer that was founded in 1919 by Swedish-born Oscar Frederick Mossberg alongside his two sons. Mossberg came to the United States in 1886, where he worked in a bicycle factory owned by Iver Johnson. Though the company was founded on the Mossberg Brownie – a four-barreled handgun chambered in .22 LR – it is now known the world over for producing exceptional rifles and shotguns.

As one may guess based on its name, the Mossberg 590A1 is a shotgun that traces its lineage all the way back to 1961 when the Mossberg 500 series made its debut. The Mossberg 500 series is a series of shotguns that represents a range of varying hammerless, pump-action shotguns, all of which feature the same receiver. Variations were generally found in the barrel length, bore size, choke options, capacity, sights and stock/fore-end materials. The 500 series has always been marketed as multi-purpose shotguns designed for use in less-than-favorable conditions. As such, all Mossberg 500s feature interchangeable barrels, which provides for a number of different configurations that can quickly turn a 500 into a field gun, a slug gun, a defensive gun or a sport gun. Additionally, they are all easily disassembled to allow for easy cleaning and simple maintenance. The versatility of the line has even earned it a spot with military forces the world over – often as the Model 590A1, which typically features an aluminum trigger guard and safety as well as a heavy barrel.

One of the greatest selling points for the Mossberg 500 series, which includes the Mossberg 590A1, is the fact that they all boast Mil-Spec performance. The Mossberg 500 series is the only shotgun that has passed the United States Military's Mil-Spec 3443G standards, which just serves to illustrate the superior performance and reliability associated with the Mossberg 590A1 – must-have qualities for any shotgun.

As noted, the Mossberg 590A1 is a 12-gauge, pump-action shotgun with 20-inch heavy barrel alongside an overall length of 41 inches. The magazine tube provides for a nine-shell capacity for an overall capacity of 10 with one shell in the chamber. The aircraft-grade aluminum construction of the receiver provides for a light weight of just 7 1/4 pounds, which when combined with the synthetic stock makes for a shotgun that is easily handled by most experienced shooters. Other features include an aluminum trigger guard and ambidextrous thumb safety, ghost ring sights and a parkerized finish for enhanced protection against corrosion.

The Mossberg 590A1 is an excellent choice for:

- Personal and home defense

- Hunting

- Trap shooting

- Skeet shooting

- Collections

- Much more…

Additional Information

Shotgun Type Pump Action
Gauge 12ga
Action Type Double
Barrel Length 20 Inches
Safety Ambidextrous
Grips Polymer
Trigger Type Standard
Stock Type Fixed
Sights Ghost Ring
Accessory Rail No
Overall Length 41 Inches
Height No
Manufacturers Part Number 51663
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Jose USMCR 06-152-2013 06-02-201303:47
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We used them as breaching tools and to guard POW's. Simple and light weight. The Sheriff office here issues them. Easy to repair and maintain. There are a ton of accessories for them. Cant go wrong. I prefer the 870 only because of the weight. The Mossberg has better sights and the safety is better located.
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