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Mossberg 935

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by andyt, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. andyt

    andyt Member

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    I am looking for a good goose gun for the harsh wisconsin conditions and saw an add in the sunday flyer for a mossberg 935. are these guns any good? why are they so much cheaper than your x2 or sbe>? i have heard thye have jamming problems but i would like more opinions. any help is great!

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  2. ArmedBear

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    How cheap is cheap?

    On the manufacturing side: they're gas operated, which is a totally different action from the SBE, patented and known for reliability. SBE has a bunch of high-tech features; 935 is a basic wood, aluminum, and steel gun.

    On the demand side: 935 is a specialized gun that shoots only specialized ammo: 3" or 3.5" only and prefers ammo made for its overbore barrel AFAIK.

    WRT the X2... People love the X2, but I think Winchester charges a bit too much for it. Winchester's marketing problem with most of its guns was the price point, IMO. It steered me to other companies' products. Winchester O/U prices aren't at all bad for what they are, though I understand there have been problems.

    What I have no idea about, here in San Diego, is how well various guns and designs would work in Wisconsin Winters. I won't venture to guess. :)
     
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