Mossberg, , a leading American firearms manufacturer, celebrates company’s 100th anniversary with the introduction of a limited edition Mossberg 500 Centennial pump-action shotgun, chambered in 12 gauge.
Since 1919, Mossberg has been the leader in introducing important design breakthroughs to the firearm industry.
“Our design and innovative edge is truly changing the way shooters use shotguns and rifles. We are particularly proud that our Mossberg pump shotguns are the only shotguns purchased by the United States government that meet or exceed Mil-S-3443 specifications. It is this basis of unquestionable quality that drives Mossberg to bring reliable, well-built shooting systems to you at an affordable price.
The shooting sports have been an American tradition for generations.Today, thousands of sportsmen and sportswomen focus their energy on the betterment of the shooting sports by participating in national and local organizations. We sincerely appreciate these efforts, and we salute all future members for continuing our proud heritage.” According to their website
This model features a nickel‐plated receiver engraved with the Mossberg 100th Anniversary logo on the right and a pair of flushing ruffed grouse on the left. All of these highlighted in 24 karat gold. The 500 Centennial pump-action shotgun will be limited to just 750 units, each gun with a special serial number that incorporates a unique prefix, used only for this production run.
Designed for reliable, smooth operation, standard features of the shotgun include non-binding twin action bars, dual extractors, a positive steel-to-steel lock-up, an anti-jam elevator, an anodized aluminium receiver and an ambidextrous tang-mounted safety.
Mossberg 500 Centennial pump-action shotgun is to be sold exclusively through Talo Group distributor which deals in special guns. This gun is an upgraded version of all the previous ones.
This firearm is traditionally styled, high gloss walnut stock and forend has fine checkering on the pistol grip and wrapping around the underside of the forend. The stock of the gun is fitted with a classic red rubber recoil pad. The bolt of the firearm is jewelled, has gold plated trigger and an attractive blue metal finish on the barrel which compliments the high-gloss wood finish.
The 28 inch vent rib barrel comes with Mossberg’s interchangeable accu-choke choke tubes. Priced at $910, you can book one for yourself. To get more details, visit the page www.mossberg.com