Are Maverick 88 and Mossberg 500 barrels interchangeable?
Maverick 88 pump-action models are fully-interchangeable with Mossberg 500 barrels (within gauge and capacity). The diverse selection of available accessory barrels allow shooters to adapt their Maverick 88 for multiple hunting or security purposes.
What barrel does the Maverick 88 use?
There are four models of the 88, All-Purpose, Security, Security w/ Top-Folding Stock and Slug. The All Purpose model comes in 12 gauge with a 28-inch barrel, or 20 gauge with 26-inch barrel or 22-inch barrel with vent rib (youth version).
Is a Mossberg 500 a 18.5 barrel?
Mossberg 500 with 18.5-inch (470 mm) cylinder bore barrel installed, and a 24-inch (610 mm) cylinder bore barrel with rifle sights. (Cylinder bore means lacking any choke.)
Can you shoot slugs through a Mossberg Maverick 88?
Can I shoot slugs or buckshot through a “smoothbore” field barrel with Accu-Choke™ tubes? (500/505/535/9200/88/930 models) Yes, and with sabots or rifled slugs, the more “open” the choke tube, the better the accuracy (“Improved Cylinder” recommended.)
Where is Mossberg 88 made?
The Maverick 88 series is made in Eagle Pass, Maverick County in the great state of Texas. It was developed and manufactured to compete with imported, low-priced slide-action shotguns in the late ’80s.
Is the Maverick 88 reliable?
The accuracy of this shotgun isn’t something you’d find on any pump-action. Reliability is never really an issue when it comes to pump-action shotguns. They’re known to be extremely reliable, especially when used for personal defense. If used right, the Maverick 88 will never jam or fail in any way.
What is a Mossberg Security barrel?
Mossberg crafted these Shotgun Barrels with a matte blued finish that prevents rusting while also keeping you more concealed on hunts by not reflecting light easily. Enhance your shooting skills by installing this Mossberg 500 12 Ga 18.5in Security Barrel.
What is the best Mossberg shotgun?
Though the Remington 870 is the best-selling shotgun of all time, the Mossberg 500 series is a close second and is also an excellent shotgun (the Robertson family likes Mossberg shotguns for a good reason).
Who makes Mossberg shotguns?
Mossberg Firearms was founded in 1919 by Oscar Mossberg and his sons Iver and Harold. The company is managed today by Alan Mossberg. The first product of Mossberg Firearms was a .22 caliber pocket pistol. Mossberg began manufacturing rifles in 1922, but what Mossberg is really known for are their shotguns.
What is a Mossberg shotgun?
Mossberg pump shotguns are the only shotguns purchased by the United States government that meet or exceed Mil-S-3443 specifications. It is this basis of unquestionable quality that drives Mossberg to bring reliable, well-built shooting systems to you at an affordable price.