930 Autoloader Turkey

Mossberg 930 Autoloader Turkey Hunting Shotgun

The Mossberg 930 Autoloader Turkey is a semi-automatic hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. The 930 Autoloader Turkey model comprises five of the 13 Mossberg 930 Autoloader variants.

What makes the 930 Autoloader Turkey models unique are available with either a 24″ or 28″ barrel, have a synthetic stock with optional pistol grip, and are equipped with an adjustable fiber-optic rear sight (fiber optic front sights are also available).

Features include an overall compatibility with 2.75″ and 3″ factory loaded shells. It has a ported barrel for reduced recoil and muzzle climb. A quick empty magazine button allows shells to be quickly and easily ejected. And interchangeable choke tubes.

As the nomenclature suggests, Mossberg recommends the 930 Turkey model for turkey hunting.

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