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Mossberg 930 Tactical Special Purpose Semi-Auto 85330 12 Gauge, $544 (Grade: B 2015)

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We all liked the 930. It was fast handling, kicked less than expected, and was controllable in rapid fire. But we had a failure to extract, which knocked its grade down a notch. But we did not see ongoing failures that would have lead to us failing it.

Mossberg 930 Tactical Special Purpose Semi-Auto 85330 12 Gauge, $544 (Grade: B 2015)

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This is the malfunction suffered with the 930, a failure to fully extract a shell. The 930ís failure to extract resulted in a tie up with another shell on the carrier. The bolt locked to the rear.
The Mossberg 930 will carry a payload of 5 shells.
The Mossberg 930 is drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Note the large and handy cocking handle.

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