Reserve Series Field Combo

The Mossberg Reserve Series Field Combo Over-Under is a break-action hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge, 20 gauge and 28 gauge. The Field Combo over-under comprises two of nine Mossberg Reserve Series variants.

The Field Combo features 12/20 gauge and 20/28 gauge barrel combinations. The Field Combo features blued barrels and a silvered receiver with gold game scenes engraved in relief, and a walnut stock with a satin finish. The Field Combo is also equipped with a front bead sight.

The Reserve Series variants share a number of common features, including a black walnut stock and forearm, an ambidextrous thumb-operated top tang safety, which puts the safety on the back of the pistol grip, and a barrel indicator. Each Reserve Series includes a set of five interchangeable chokes tubes. And the Reserve Series bores and chambers are chrome lined for increased durability.

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