Gun Report

Mossberg 535 ATS Thumbhole Turkey 12 Gauge No. 45110

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The Mossberg 535 featured all of the frills you'd expect from the innovative Mossberg design team - ported .670 extra-full choke tube, drilled and tapped receiver, thumbhole stock and adjustable fiber-optic sights - but was sloppily built and offered little consideration for the heavy recoil of turkey loads.

Mossberg 535 ATS Thumbhole Turkey 12 Gauge No. 45110

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Home Defense
Hunting
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Sloppy fit was common on the Mossberg 535 ATS. This shows the loose seams on the bottom of the gun.
The Mossberg XX-Full Turkey choke measured .670, which helped the gun's patterning.
The Mossberg was the only gun whose receiver was drilled and tapped for scope mounts.
The Mossberg 535's fiber optic sights were adjustable but of inferior quality compared to the Remington's TruGlo system.

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