Does Mossberg make an over under?

Does Mossberg make an over under?

Mossberg has introduced a new line of over/under shotguns for 2021: the Silver Reserve Field and Gold Reserve Sporting series. The double guns are available in 12-, 20-, 28-gauge and 410 bore in the Silver Reserve series (along with a 20-gauge youth gun), and 12- and 20-gauge and 410 bore in the Gold Reserve series.

Where are Mossberg over and under shotguns made?

Mossberg offers bolt-action, lever-action and auto-loading rifles as well as pump-action, auto-loading, and over/under shotguns. Manufacturing is done both in Turkey and in the US from parts made in both America and Mexico.

Where is Mossberg International Silver Reserve?

410 model comes with a 3-inch chamber and, like other Silver/Gold Reserve models it’s made by Khan Arms in Istanbul.

Where is the Mossberg Gold Reserve made?

410; and a 20-gauge Youth model—and the Gold Reserve—a sporting gun that comes in 12 and 20 gauge as well as . 410. The guns are made in Turkey, and all are reasonably priced.

Who makes Mossberg gold reserve?

This month’s subject, the Mossberg Gold Reserve Sporting, can be had for $983. There are still plenty of good reasons to select an 1100, but price is not necessarily one of them. The Gold Reserve is part of a line of over-unders manufactured for Mossberg by Khan Arms in Turkey.

Is the new Mossberg silver reserve II as good as model 183?

I like the looks of Mossberg’s new Silver Reserve II over-under shotgun a whole lot more, and it’s just as good of a performer as that old Model 183 — undoubtedly even better. The Silver Reserve II is a boxlock over-under (there is also a Silver Reserve II side-by-side shotgun, but we’re not covering that one here).

Why buy a Mossberg reserve series over/under shotgun?

The new Mossberg Reserve Series over/under shotguns offers class and performance. Few firearms exemplify their particular niche better than over/under shotguns. In them is the beat of wings on autumn air, the triumph of clays smashed mid-flight and an heirloom passed from generation to generation.

What is a silver reserve II Field shotgun?

In short the Silver Reserve II Field model gives the average shooter an outstanding value in a full-featured shotgun that will do a variety of jobs and look good doing it. This is an affordable over/under that features attractive scroll work on its silver receiver with nicely blued barrels.

How much does a Mossberg shotgun cost?

Starting at $636, Silver Reserve Synthetic Stock, and running up to $1,221, Gold Reserve Super Sport, Mossberg offers a model for nearly every budget. Regardless of price, the shotgun line serves up looks and performance to make them classics.