If you want a decent gun and don't want to spend a lot of money buy a franchi or look for a used beretta or benelli. Have you ever owned a mossberg 935?misa hylton brim chyna doll
I know someone who loves their's. It's pretty unfair to give the mossback a bad rap without posting up evidence. I know some people don't like them, and some love em.d865glc d865peso e210882 lan
Edit: I forgot to put my input in on some other good guns. The Super X2 is a great gun, I have nothing against the Mossback, but the Winchester has a longer running good reputation.
dlip, I dont know the technical name for the piece that broke but from looking at it in the feild, it seems like maybe a spacer, or maybe a buffer so the cylinder doesnt hit the receiver when its on the eject stroke.
Maybe a bad run? I have no complaints about my 835 though. Its killed most of what I point it at. I wanted a semi, so after I seen the two 935s crap out I decided on a SX2, still going to use the 835 for deer hunting though.
Yeah, it sounds like there are two obvious possibilities. 1. ) Its a buffer, 2. ) It's some sort of spacer between the fore end and the receiver. craterlake national park
I'm not arguing with you, I think the SX2 is the way to go over ANY OTHER gun.
Im not taking it as a arguement if it came off that way. Im still going to try and get Click9 to post up on what all went wrong with his.
I used it this spring in ND for snows and it preformed awesome, but that was only for 4 days not an entire season.
I have heard that Mossbergs customer service is pretty good though, so if you did have a problem it would get taking care of.