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Mossberg 930 Pro-Series Sporting Shotgun Gives Shooters a Competitive Edge

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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com

Ammoland – Continuing to expand the company’s line of high-performance autoloaders, Mossberg announces a newly-designed 12-gauge 930 Pro-Series Sporting shotgun designed for the competitive clay shooter.

As a member of the Mossberg Pro-Series family of shotguns, this handsomely-appointed 930 Sporting is built with special finishes, premium coatings and an ergonomically-designed walnut stock and forend to enhance performance and handle round-after-round of clay-breaking action. To provide that competitive edge, Mossberg collaborated with professional shooting instructor and renowned OSP (Optimum Shotgun Performance) School founder, Gil Ash, on the design features of the 930 Pro-Series Sporting shotgun. And as an added bonus, every 930 Pro-Series Sporting purchase comes with a FREE 60-day trial subscription to the OSP School’s Knowledge Vault, a collection of instructional articles and videos on clays and wingshooting by Gil and his wife, Vicki Ash.

Unique to Mossberg’s Pro-Series shotguns are the boron nitride coatings on the gas piston, piston ring, magazine tube, hammer, sear, return spring plunger and return spring tube for enhanced corrosion resistance and ease-of-cleaning. And the shell stop, bolt slide and elevator receive additional finishing which reduces overall friction on internal parts and provides for faster follow-up shots.

The 930 Pro-Series Sporting 12-gauge, 3-inch shotgun has a dual vent-gas system for reliable operation and is housed in a semi-gloss-finished walnut stock and forend. The unique ergonomic design of the stock, with measurements formulated by Ash, provides for proper fit and eye alignment for most shooters; men, women and older teens. Mossberg’s 930 Stock Drop System allows for customization of fit with drop-at-comb adjustment shims. The slim-contoured forend has laser stippling for a positive grip. The complementing Tungsten-finished receiver is treated with a durable Cerakote protective coating and the 28-inch vent rib, ported barrel has a blue finish. Completing this handsome package is the “Pro-Series Sporting” logo engraved on the receiver.

This competition-ready shotgun features field-proven, performance-enhancing details including a beveled loading gate for quicker reloads; HiViz TriComp fiber optic sight, which comes with interchangeable LitePipes of varied shapes and colors to maximize visibility in any competitive environment; and extended Briley choke tube set (Skeet, Modified and Improved Cylinder) with handy carrying case. Each choke tube is engraved with constriction for ease of selection. The 930 also features a quick-empty release button which provides for convenient unloading of shells from the magazine. MSRP: $1029

When you step up for the next target presentation, why not have a competitive edge with the 930 Pro-Series Sporting autoloader and access to the largest single library of shotgun instruction? For more details on the complete line of Mossberg Pro-Series shotguns, please visit www.mossberg.com.

OSP is a registered trademark of OSP School. Cerakote is a registered trademark of NIC Industries, Inc. HiViz and TriComp are registered trademarks of NorthPass LTD. Briley is a registered trademark of Briley Manufacturing.

About O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.:

Founded in 1919, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America, and is the largest pump-action shotgun manufacturer in the world. Leading the way with over 100 design and utility patents to its credit, and standing as the first ISO 9001 Certified long-gun manufacturer, Mossberg is considered to be one of the most innovative firearms manufacturers in U.S. History.

For more information on commercial, special purpose, law enforcement and military shotguns, rifles and accessories, please visit their website at www.Mossberg.com.

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