what is so bad about mossberg 935

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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby bubba682 » Thu Nov 07, 2013 3:13 pm

I GOT one it broke the extractor and the trigger got screwed up anyway it went out for warrenty work and when it came back it worked great i really liked the overbored barrell.The gun broke halfway thru the season because i liked the overbore so much i got a 10 gauge now thats all i use so the 935 comes out for the early season and thats it.I 've taken alot of birds with it ...
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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby washburnsports » Thu Nov 07, 2013 3:52 pm

Slack Tide wrote:
washburnsports wrote: Several times I found myself not resetting it .


What do you mean resetting it?



Reset the sear, if you don't let the trigger go far enough forward it won't reset.
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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby Slack Tide » Fri Nov 08, 2013 6:06 pm

washburnsports wrote:
Slack Tide wrote:
washburnsports wrote: Several times I found myself not resetting it .

What do you mean resetting it?

Reset the sear, if you don't let the trigger go far enough forward it won't reset.


I have no idea what you mean......I pull the trigger and it works......?? every time
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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby War Wagon » Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:35 pm

A Mossy 935 is like a smart car, don't open up the hood, it's ugly but it will get you there.

A Rem 870 Wingmaster is like a pick-up truck built tough as they come. it's NOT ugly and to it will get you there.


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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby eastcoastsoxfan » Sun Nov 10, 2013 10:57 am

Slack Tide wrote:
washburnsports wrote:
Slack Tide wrote:
washburnsports wrote: Several times I found myself not resetting it .

What do you mean resetting it?

Reset the sear, if you don't let the trigger go far enough forward it won't reset.


I have no idea what you mean......I pull the trigger and it works......?? every time


I know what he's talking about had it happen using certain O/Us but I've never had it happen with my 935.
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Re: what is so bad about mossberg 935

Postby benelliboomer » Tue Nov 19, 2013 12:15 pm

I love using my Mossberg, I bring it up into my treestand and it works great. It is so rattley that bucks thinks there are too bucks fighting and coming running in. Then I grab my Benelli and shoot them.
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