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Just wondering if I got a good deal or not...

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Coreyf983, Sep 8, 2008.

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  1. Coreyf983

    Coreyf983 Member

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    I've been peeking at a few of these forum topics the last couple weeks and decided to stay away from the Stoeger Condor (no matter how bad I wanted an o/u) and get a Mossberg 535 waterfoul/turkey combo. I figure, this way I get something that's at a minimum RELIABLE, which is ultimately most important IMO. I get 4 chokes, 2 barrels (28" and 23"), a stupid red dot scope that I'll probably never use and a nice camo finish. I paid 329.99 for this setup and 299.99 after rebate. So the question is, did I get ripped?

    -Oh and not to mention the thing shoots 3 1/2's which is nice for geese. Not saying you need it, but its always nice to have one more piece of leverage on your side!

    Also, what all is different from a 535 to an 835? thanks!
     
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  2. Rob62

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    $300 for the gun you describe is a fair deal IMO. :)

    I think you will be happy with the 535. Lots of folks I know own them and everyone is happy with theirs.

    Regards,
    Rob
     
  3. Milkmaster

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    If you like and are happy with it, then you got a good deal! That feeling is worth whatever the difference in a few bucks makes. Enjoy your new shotgun! Put a couple thousand rounds through it and then give us a review!
     
  4. Coreyf983

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    Yeah I'm happy I guess, I only really paid 100 dollars more than a 500 and got an extra barrel, 3 1/2 inch chamber, more chokes, lighter gun, and camo on it.

    Anybody know the difference between the 535 and the 835 though?
     
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    You did good!:D


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  6. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Good shotgun. Go shootheheckoutofit....
     
  7. sillpapa

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    I Have A Mossy 535 With 22" Barrell Purchased A Tru Lock Xfull Choke To Use It Deer Hunting With 00 Buck Remington Express Loads An It Really Patterns Well . You Should Be Very Happy With Your Choice .just For The Record I Also Have A Stoeger Condor O/u 16ga I Use For Upland Hunting An Small Game. Don't Believe All The Bad You Read About Stoeger . They Do Make A Decent
    Shotgun . Most Of What You Read Is Bad Press .
    Good Shooting!!!
     
  8. Coreyf983

    Coreyf983 Member

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    Oh by the way, the magnum loads will knock your shoulder really hard!! I had to try em though...
     
  9. ReadyontheRight

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    The 835 uses an overbored 10ga barrel on a 12ga receiver. I assume the 535 does not so it's probably lighter and can handle slugs.

    Sounds like a good deal that should cover a lot of situations. Enjoy!
     
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