535 ATS Pump-Action Tactical Turkey

Mossberg 535 ATS Pump-Action Tactical Turkey

The Mossberg 535 ATS Pump-Action Tactical Turkey is a pump-action hunting shotgun line chambered in 12 gauge. The 535 Waterfowl line comprises three of 23 Mossberg 535 ATS Pump-Action variants. What makes the 535 ATS unique is that it features Mossberg’s patented adjustable trigger system.

This trigger, touted by the manufacturer as the first of its kind for pump-action shotguns, is user-adjustable to under 3 pounds.

The 535 ATS Pump-Action Tactical Turkey features a 20″ barrel and an adjustable synthetic stock available with a Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, Mossy Oak New Break-Up, or Real Tree Hardwoods HD-Green. The Tactical Turkey model is equipped with fiber-optic sights that are adjustable for wind and elevation.

Common features to the 535 series include Mossberg’s patented Trophy Slugster cantilevering scope mount system, allowing barrels to be changed without having to remove the already-mounted scope. It also has an ambidextrous thumb safety, laser-engraved bolts, and free gun lock.

As the name suggests, Mossberg recommends the 535 ATS Pump-Action Tactical Turkey model for turkey hunting.

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