When was the Mossberg 535 made?

What replaced the Mossberg 535?

Mossberg has discontinued that particular line, tweaking things and debuting the new Model 835 Tactical Turkey. It does have a couple additional features, but I did like the 535.

Are the Mossberg 500 and 535 the same?

Mossberg 500 Shotgun. Since the Mossberg 535 was based on the Model 500, they are several similarities, but there are also some notable differences. As I mentioned earlier, the biggest distinction is that the 535 can chamber three different sized shells (2 ¾”, 3”, and 3 ½”), whereas the 500 can only fire 2 ¾” and 3”.

Does Mossberg make 535?

Lightweight and rugged, the 535 ats is the 3.5” shotgun perfect for all day use.

What is the Mossberg 535?

Description. The Mossberg® 535 Turkey Pump-Action Shotgun is specifically designed for serious turkey hunting. 535 pump shotguns feature dual extractors, twin action bars, positive steel-to-steel lock-up, and an anti-jam elevator that provide ultra-reliable, smooth operation.

How many shells does a Mossberg 835 hold?

It holds three 3 1/2-inch shells.

How many shells does Mossberg 535 hold?

The factory magazine tube capacity for the Mossberg 535 ATS is of five 3.5″ shotshells; capacity may vary when using shorter shells. The short magazine tube also allows for a shorter and faster forend travel. The Mossberg 535 ATS Waterfowl shotgun is available with a black synthetic or walnut forend and stock.

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How much does a Mossberg 535 weight?

Overall weight: 6.75 lbs.

Where are American tactical shotguns made?

We pride ourselves on importing the highest quality firearms, ammunition, and magazines to complement the products we make in Summerville, South Carolina.