One more try with the box call and we are packing up was my thought as I saw one of the decoys lying over on its side. Under extream weather conditions, they all had there problems. Please request one by calling (800) 363-3555, or complete the Owner’s Manual Request Form ». I treat it like it was a Benelli.
Done theat experiment also. I will keep everyone who's following my trials posted with what goes on with Mossberg and let ya'll know what if anything they tell me was wrong with my gun. It would also be a good idea to take of the stock and pull out and clean the recoil spring and tube with Clp. So they're sending me a 935 box in which to ship it back to them with. E-mail : [email protected] 4 years ago. Starting at the back end it’s “overbored” to reduce felt recoil and to keep shot … 3. Obviously this shotgun isn’t intended to shoot piles of shells per session, but I would bet you would wear out long before this shotgun does. He paused at 40 yards but wouldn’t stop strutting. I may not be able to ride dirt bikes or feel the rush of jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, but I do find ways to get my heart rate up. My mossberg 935 semi auto wont eject shells at all... what s wrong?? Sure I can do some of them, but I’ll be in bed on pain meds for a week after if I push it. One of them is sitting in a stand as the sun starts to light up the horizon and hearing the sound of a gobbler answering the call.
I’m no stranger to Mossberg shotguns, my first shotgun as a kid was a Model 500. 935 is a cycling issue. This gun stinks, I'm going to send it back I think I have a lemon. And they don't have the issues I'm having.
Hornady recommend these two chokes due to the type of wad they use to keep shot patterns tight. I think the lack of me trying to sound like a hen woke Mason up a few minutes later. It’s a little beat up from about 30 years of use but it still runs like the day I unboxed it. Mossberg says 3" and 3.5" only on the smoothbore barrels because they are overbored and it is more difficult to operarte the action with most 2 3/4" loads.
The action was super smooth and the first few dry fires convinced me I’d only have myself to blame if I missed a long beard. By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. After seeing that we went back to his shop boxed up the 935 and he gave me a 835 that I will never give up. 2. Board index » I Love MY.... » Mossberg Shotguns, Registered users: 8fan, AmericanRepeaters, Auldthymer, bcraig, BG1187, Bing [Bot], Bladeswitcher, bluegrassZ71, bullseye-69, casonet, Colt99, COOTCOMMANDER, Dave in AZ, Denver1911, Diddle, dogchaser37, Donaldj, dpe2002, Drew Hause, DUKFVR, eyecatcher, FL-Shooter, floridaford, George Z, Good to Go, Google [Bot], Google Adsense [Bot], Google Feedfetcher, [email protected], Husker90, ithacanut, JacksBack, jackvoorheis, John Henry, johnnymiz, joysmidnight, Jreedtn, Kannoncocker, kjs, komatsu, KRIEGHOFFK80, krimmie, Lam101, LB001, lt0026, Majestic-12 [Bot], Maser, McFarmer, mddan, MRIDOC1, noweil, NuJudge, OkKeith, Old-School, opfats, painter*, PennSkeet, Popsracer41, RichM, Riflemeister, Road Man, Rubberhead, rubrtoe, shnaz, shotgunmanny, skar, Skeet_Man, Stuck-N-Kali, Tidefanatic, trdjohn, twfran, Virginian, Wheelspin, wkirk. I’m not sure why my body reacts differently to turkeys and ’yotes, but either way I get a little bit of the missing rush from my wilder, or as my wife calls them, “stupider days.”, I wasn’t always a turkey hunter.
Nah I'm not hard on it at all. Some might say it’s just a smoothbore 12-gauge barrel.
They are a little tight out of the box. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.
I have a tote or two full of gear, but I was missing a full-time, dedicated turkey shotgun.
By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. I ended up sending it back to Mossberg. up to 1 3/8 oz.. Since getting my 935 waterfowl I havent had to ask to many questions as topics have just come up that have answered many questions I had and have come upon while getting shells through it. #2's out of it. At about 70 yards out he made the fatal decision to flank the decoys, which brought him directly toward where we were sitting. I'm going to give the 935 another go at it. They pattern so good out of this gun. I use Break Free CLP. Hey spacecadet, Ive come to realize that smitty has a welath of info and knowledge about mossbergs as well as many others. … Everything I have heard about the 935 seems pretty positive. I haven't been here in awhile and I was happy to see thta I'm not the only person with this problem.
Was it possible when i cleaned the gun the night before that when i wiped the oil off i left it to dry? Grizrod the forearm retainer is part#22 the shell extractor is on the bolt assem its the part that throws the shell out of your gun.I like my gun its just i think they used to much plastic in critical areas. Like Grizrod said, maybe it's because mine is an older model, and they have since made small improvements that will prevent things from breaking so much. shipments.
Maybe next year I’ll have to look into a 20 gauge for him. The 935 is a pretty cheap autoloader and at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. I think Mossburg will make it right with you Bootnutz, I do not know if the newer 935's are better or not, was just a thought. With the 28" barrel, nothing will eject. It looked like they replaced the bolt with a used/older one. The gun was shooting semi auto the first few uses, but it has been acting up a bit. Have not heard of anyone having problems with this, seems that Mossburg would send you one, or maybe I'm wrong. In addition to the camo pattern catching my eye, the X-Factor ported choke and the pistol grip did as well. What is happening is i will fire the first shot and when the gun cycles the elevator get stuck on the rear shell stop preventing the next shell to come up. Thanks to the team at GUNS Magazine for this post. this is the third …
By the way how many 3.5" shells did you shoot before you had a problem the first time? With ALL the threads I read on this website, I don't believe I am the only one with this problem. On the feeding problem with the Mossberg shotgun I just had the same problem I took it apart five times and got it working so I put the stock back on tried it didn't work so took it apart again starting working fine again so I put the stock back on and again didn't work then I realized that the problem was the bolt that holds the stock on was little by little working it's way in deeper so it wasn't … After an early lunch we headed out to a part of the ranch known to have big birds hanging around from time to time. . Light coat of any good gun oil, preferably Breakfree clp.
True to form, the birds were where I had scouted but they hung up in the tree line and did their dance for better part of an hour before walking off. I left more oil on when i shot it later in the day and it was flawless. Please research all the other posts on Mossberg 935s. I’m several seasons into my turkey addiction now. When you write about guns and gear Christmas comes many times thoroughout the year. It seems the things Ive read or heard about its reliabilty have been in the psat few years. As soon as i got up to the lake that morning it was colder. I have never had a problem with my 935 and Break Free CLP, however I blow or wipe off all the excess and let it dry. If that doesn't work than onto the evaporating lube.
I had a few teammates who didn’t shoot it very well but several others and myself it made us better shooters than we really are. This is one of the older models. Well, ahhh I changed my mind. Click here to check out subscription options.
So the next morning he came out with me and sure nuf my 935 jammed the first flock. At first glance she might appear to be just another pretty face, but to those of us who know her and have spent time in hunting camp with her, we know she’s one of the most passionate hunters on the planet. Mossy replaces it for me but I don't think it should be happening at all.
Ned S. Ya i always used breakfree CLP on my 835 so i figured id do the same on the new 935. Soon as i take it back into the house and strip the gun down everything is smooth and good to go. Thanks to everyone who has helped me with stuff I'm greatful for your support and interest in this matter! Short version is: No more activities where my back takes a pounding. From what I've seen, the majority of problems are due to the return spring not being cleaned properly or over oiling.
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After the hugs and high fives we made the short walk to a very nice, mature bird.