The Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag Pump Action Tactical Turkey is a pump-action shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. The 835 Tactical Turkey Series comprises two of 21 Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag Pump-Action variants.
What makes them unique to the series is that it features a 20″ steel barrel accompanied by an X-Factor brand ported choke tube. The Turkey series is equipped with adjustable fiber-optic sights and an adjustable synthetic stock in either a Hardwoods HD-Green finish or a Mossy Oak Break-up camouflage finish.
Features common to the 835 Ulti-Mag series includes over-bored barrels, meaning all barrels are bored to 10 gauge size lieu of the standard 12 gauge bore. Mossberg claims that the over-bored barrel reduces felt recoil and improves pattern performance.
All 835 Ulti-Mags also include ported barrels (8 holes) for reduced recoil and minimal muzzle-jump. 835 Ulti-Mags and are accompanied by interchangeable chokes and a free gun lock.
Another noteworthy feature is the adjustable trigger system. This trigger, touted by Mossberg as the first of its kind for pump-action shotguns, is adjustable to under 3 pounds. All 835 Ulti-Mag Turkey models also come with windage and elevation adjustable fiber-optic sights.
Mossberg recommends the 835 Ulti-Mag Pump Action Tactical Turkey model for, as the name portends, turkey hunting.
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