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This is the correspondence between my brother and Mossberg on Two Super Sport Gold over-and-under shotguns he bought. one for himself and one for me as a gift. The triggers are quite heavy on pull I checked them finally today 9 + lb
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From: "O.F. Mossberg & Sons Inc." <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [#192796]
Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2022 12:31:46 +0000

 Hi Larry,

I do stand behind my answer as instructed by our engineering department.Â


Sincerely,

Customer Service Team
O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.




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On Thu, 31 Mar at 7:11 PM , Ldavery <[email protected]> wrote:
Full measures .685 should be .695 IM -.696. S B .720 M - . 704. S B .710 IC - .6889 S B .720 C - .7986. S B .730 Your definition "close to industrial standards is different than mine. I will pass your E-mail on to the shooting industry if you would like me to do so. Larry Thank you for your email. Although we do not offer the exact constrictions service advises we try to be as close to industry standard as possible.ÂÂ
On Wed, 30 Mar at 6:27 PM , Ldavery <[email protected]> wrote:
Got two new super reserve gold sporting clay shotgun 12ga and the choke tubes all have real bad burrs in them. Unless my choke gauge is off all choke tubes are a little on the tight side except the cylinder and that’s a little on the loose side. I will get my mic out later and see what they Measure.

NOT even close!
 

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Do they pattern anywhere near the way they should?
Their pattern is consistent with the diameter measured not what they're marked. I ordered some new choke tubes and the new tubes pattern the way they should as Mark. Going to have to do a trigger job on them also check trigger pull the other day 9 plus pounds on each trigger. When pulling with my Lyman trigger gauge I thought it was going to break before the trigger broke.
 

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What made you choose the Mossberg over , say a Beretta or a Browning ?
My brother and I both have other Mossberg guns and they're pretty good guns and I've seen this new super sport they came out with at a very good price. So we started looking for some. I do have a Browning's and SKB Sporting Clay. Just another gun to add to the collection. Didn't think they would put something out at such a low quality control. Live and learn
 
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