935 Magnum Flyway Series

Mossberg 935 Magnum Flyway Series Hunting Shotgun

The Mossberg 935 Magnum Flyway Series is a semi-automatic hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. It is one of the 17 Mossberg 935 Magnum variants.

What makes the Flyway Series unique is that it has a 28″ barrel with an overall, has X-Factor ported tubes, employs a front fiber-optic sights that’s brightly colored and easy to see, and features Advantage Max-4 camouflage.

This shotgun shares a number of features including over-bored barrels, meaning all barrels are bored to 0.775″ 10 gauge size lieu of the standard 0.731″ 12 gauge bore.

Mossberg claims that the over-bored barrel reduces felt recoil and improve pattern performance. All Magnum 935s also include a quick-empty magazine button.

Mossberg recommends the 935 Magnum Flyway Series to hunt waterfowl.

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