You asked: Are Mossberg shotguns good for hunting?

This is the perfect all-purpose shotgun. You can use it for hunting, clay shooting, and home defense.

Is a Mossberg good for hunting?

A Mossberg 500 was all I used to hunt everything I hunted for over 15 years. I hunted with one for years. Gave it to my son many years ago and still works fine. Taken a lot of pheasants, grouse and partridge and ducks with it.

Are Mossberg shotguns any good?

The Mossberg 500 is one of those most reliable shotguns you’ll ever put your hands on. So, it’s only right that you help take care of it as much as it does you. Although the Mossberg 500 is pretty close to perfect as is, there’s always room for some sweet customizations.

Can you hunt with a Mossberg 500 Tactical?

Any mossberg 500 will take any and all parts designed for it. That being said, if you’re going to be bird hunting or shooting clays then do not use a pistol grip. They are not ideal for hunting or sporting and are only marginally better for tactical applications and even that is subjective.

Can I hunt with a Mossberg 88?

Yes, you can. My Maverick 88 started out as a general purpose woods-n-water gun, 28″ mod choke barrel. it is now my HomeLand Security shotgun, 18-1/2″ cylinder-bore barrel. be sure to ‘plug’ the magazine when used as a hunting shotgun.

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Which is better Remington or Mossberg?

Conclusion. Both the Remington & Mossberg are super popular and reliable pump action shotguns. Mossberg has the ambidextrous safety, double-extractor, nicer shell lifter, tons of upgrades, and is used by the military. While Remington has the smoother action, steel receiver, and better pistol grip setup.

What is the best all around Benelli shotgun?

The Benelli M2 field is the most versatile benelli by far. Good gun for waterfowl, upland, clays, and pop a mag extension on it and you have the most popular 3gun shotgun out there. There’s nothing an M2 can’t do well.

Why are Mossberg shotguns so cheap?

They have a well engineered product. Funded by government contracts during the Vietnam era, they were able to develop the 500 into the gun it is today. Reliable and cheap to produce. Other designs were similar, or at least they used the same design philosophies.

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