510 Mini Super Bantam

Mossberg 510 Mini Super Bantam

The Mossberg 510 Mini Super Bantam is a pump-action shotgun chambered in 20 gauge and .410. It is a scaled-down model for youth and smaller-framed shooters and is offered in four variants.

The 510 Mini features a blued 18.5″ barrel, which puts its overall length at 34.75″. The 510 Mini features an adjustable-length synthetic stock, allowing the length of pull to be adjusted between 10.5″ and 11.5″.

It is equipped with dual bead sights and is available with Accu-Set choke tubes (except for the .410, which has a fixed choke). The 510 Mini is also available in matte black or Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity camouflage finish.

Mossberg recommends the 510 Mini, with its rather lilliputian relative size, for youth and diminutive-stature shooters.

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