Gun Report

Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag 3.5 In. 12 Gauge

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This is a lot of gun for only $300. Though all three of the products reviewed here earned buy recommendations, this gun offered the most bang for the buck, in our view.

Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag 3.5 In. 12 Gauge

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Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
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Weight Unloaded
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Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
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The trigger pull was just over 6 pounds.
Ports on the Mossberg pump directed gas up and to the sides, keeping a clear sight picture and controlling muzzle jump.
This camo pattern was well applied. Mossberg's ambidextrous safety was on the wrist. This was a smooth, very functional shotgun.
At 40 yards, the Mossberg put 17 pellets in a turkey target's head and neck area—clearly enough to kill the bird cleanly.

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