From Mossberg . . .
Break-action shotguns have long-been considered the best tool for upland hunters and clay shooters for the ability to customize shot type and spread, their refined appearance, and their reliability. Mossberg is pleased to introduce an extensive line of field and sporting over-and-under (O/U) shotguns: the Mossberg International Silver Reserve Field and Mossberg International Gold Reserve Sporting Series of shotguns.
These well-appointed, double guns are available in 12, 20, 28-gauge and 410 bore in the Silver Reserve series along with a 20-gauge Youth gun. The Gold Reserve series is available in 12 and 20-gauge and 410 bore. All Reserve Series shotguns feature chrome-lined bores and chambers and dual-locking lugs.
Silver Reserve Field Series – These affordable O/U shotguns have black walnut stocks with satin finish; handsome cut-checkering on the grip and forend; 14-inch length-of-pull (LOP) and complementing matte blue-finished, vent rib barrels (10mm wide). Other standard features include shell extractors; 28-inch (12 gauge) or 26-inch (20 gauge, 28 gauge and 410 bore) barrel lengths, topped with a front bead sight; Field Set of 5 flush choke tubes (Cylinder, Improved Cylinder, Modified,Improved Modified and Full); satin-finished silver receiver with engraved Mossberg® logo; and tang-mounted safety and barrel selector.
An optional 12-gauge Field version features a durable black synthetic stock with matte blue receiver and barrels (28-inch) and is equipped with a fiber optic front sight; making this break-action ideal for small game or turkey hunting. For younger shooters or to accommodate adults requiring a shorter length-of-pull, the 20-gauge Field Youth O/U features a 13.25-inch LOP. MSRP: $692 (Black Walnut Stock) and $636 (Black Synthetic Stock)
Gold Reserve Sporting Series – With features traditionally reserved for high-end double guns, the Gold Reserve O/U shotguns have hand-selected black walnut stocks; cut-checkering on the grip and forend; and polished-blue barrel finish. These competition-ready guns are equipped with 28 or 30-inch vent rib barrels (10mm wide); shell ejectors; front bead sight; and extended and checkered Sport Set of 5 choke tubes (Skeet, Improved Cylinder, Modified, Improved Modified and Full).
Further enhancing the Gold Reserve series are polished silver receivers with decorative accents including jeweling of the action, rich scrolling engraved on the safety/barrel selector and action release and a distinctive 24kt gold inlay on the underside of the receiver.
In addition to the standard Gold Reserve Sporting models, two optional 12-gauge versions are available. The Gold Reserve Black Label sports a 30-inch, polished-blue barrel with bead sight and complementing polished blue receiver featuring engraved scrolling and gold inlay.
The Gold Reserve Super Sport is designed for maximum shooting comfort with its adjustable stock for cast, comb height and LOP (13 to 15 inches); 30-inch high vent rib barrel (12mm tall x 10mm wide) equipped with a fiber optic front sight; and polished silver receiver with gold inlay and scrolling. MSRP: $983 (Sporting and Black Label) and $1,221 (Super Sport)
Refined, durable and well-appointed, the Mossberg International Reserve Series provides shooters and hunters with over-and-under shotguns loaded for performance at affordable prices. For more information on these break-actions and our extensive line of pump-action and autoloading shotguns, please visit www.mossberg.com.
Looking forward to the TTAG review.
I’m a Mossberg fan. But 10 years ago I knew 2 people that bought Mossberg branded O/U shotguns. Nothing but junk. Constant problems.
When I bought my last shotgun, before all this plandemic crap, I found that a decent o/u is north of 1500 bucks. Any thing less and you’re buying junk. Beretta, Browning, Perazzi are not Turkish made junk.
As I’ve gotten older weight of the gun has become an issue. I do not want to walk for miles in pursuit of quail or pheasant and carry more than 7 pounds of gun.
My yardstick for weight is the Mossberg 500 with its aluminum receiver. I eventually picked a Benelli m2 based on that facter. Weight wise it matched my old 500.
Agreed. If you want a really good quality O/U, it’ll cost you.
It’s under the buy once, cry once column.
I’ll keep my very old beretta silver pigeon. It was a bargain at $350.
$350? You’re older than I thought.
Haha! I got it at a yard sale less than 10 years ago.
You can get a nice used Silver Pigeon for about $1k.
Its still the best gun to get if you want a reasonably priced double.
that would go nicely with my screaming pigeon carb and exhaust.
I love my 12ga M2. Its a 22 in barrel gun and feels handy, like a double with 28 in barrels. Not as nice as my 687, but easy to carry and great to shoot.
These guns have been around forever, and are not listed as new for 2021. Not sure what the fuss is.
That being said, my Silver Reserve II works, looks decent and carries well. Its no Crown Grade Italian shotgun, but is ok if you don’t mind buying from the Moslem Turks.
Oh man, it’d be cool to get one of those , cut the barrel back to 14 inches and put a like slant birds head grip on it, in a cocky ass shiny black leather side holstien, Fck n A brbq gunm
turks! 16ga! steel!
it certainly is nice to know what color and finish the receivers are…
What exactly is NEW? These have been around for a good decade by now.
I have a silver reserve in 20 ga for Dove and Quail. Great hunting gun. Anyone who would use one for competition is nuts though. Turkish guns are not made to take 10s of thousands of rounds.
They have a “gravity safety” as well, which I disabled. Last thing I need in the desert is a shotgun that won’t fire at a rattlesnake.
LOT OF GOOD IN PUT THANKS