500 Pump Action Flyway Series Waterfowl

mossberg 500 Pump Action Flyway Series Waterfowl

The Mossberg 500 Pump Action Flyway Series Waterfowl is a pump-action hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge.

The model 500 is a series of shotguns marketed as an inexpensive alternative for hunters, but the Flyway Series Waterfowl costs a little bit more than average at $485. What makes it different than the Waterfowl model is that it comes with different chokes.

The Flyway uses ported chokes, so the gas pushing the pellets out will expel before the muzzle ultimately reducing the recoil. Otherwise it has a synthetic stock with a Real Tree finish. It has a vent rib barrel and fiber optic sights, which have bright colors that are easy to see. And, it has an ambidextrous safety.

Mossberg recommends it for hunting waterfowl, of course.

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