New For 2024: Mossberg Optics-Ready Shotguns
The popularity of electronic optics has spread from rifles to handguns and now, to shotguns. New for 2024, Mossberg has announced 15 new optics-ready models in the company’s 500, 590, 835 and 940 shotgun families. Each of these new optics-ready shotguns has a patent-pending receiver-cut that is designed for direct mounting of a Shield RMSc-pattern micro red-dot sight. A cover plate is supplied when an optic is not in use.
Mossberg optics-ready models have a receiver cutout for direct mounting of electronic sights.
The flagship model of Mossberg’s shotgun line, the 940 JM Pro has been upgraded to be optics ready.
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Mossberg’s flagship optics-ready semi-automatic shotgun is its 940 JM Pro. Designed for 3-gun competition, the 940 JM Pro has a 24” barrel and an extended magazine for a nine-shot capacity. The 940 JM Pro is available with either a black stock and tungsten metal finish or MultiCam stock and black metal finish and has a MSRP of $1,260. A four-shot version of the 940 JM Pro with the tungsten finish has a MSRP of $1,274.
Mossberg is also updating many of its 940 models with an optics-ready receiver, like the 940 Pro Waterfowl Snow Goose pictured above.
Mossberg is also offering optics-ready versions of its hunting and tactical 940 Pro models. On the hunting side is the Waterfowl Snow Goose, Waterfowl and Turkey models. The 940 Pro Waterfowl Snow Goose has a Battleship Gray Cerakote finish on its metal and a snow camouflage stock. Offered with a 28” barrel, the Waterfowl Snow Goose is available in four-shot and 12-shot models. Both have a MSRP of $1,323.
The Waterfowl model has a Patriot Brown Cerakote metal finish and camouflage stock with a MSRP of $1,246. All waterfowl models are designed for extreme weather conditions with self-draining stocks, chrome-lined bores and stainless steel return springs. The 940 Pro Turkey has a MSRP of $1,406 and comes with a Holosun 407K micro red-dot sight with a color-matched olive drab finish installed from the factory.
The final area of 940 shotguns given the optics-ready treatment is Mossberg’s tactical semi-automatic model. The 940 Tactical Pro has an 18.5” barrel and a seven-round magazine capacity. It is offered with either an Olive Drab Green or Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish. The 940 Tactical Pro with either finish has a MSRP of $1,281.
Mossberg is offering certain optics-ready models, such as the 835 Ulti-Mag Turkey shown, with a Holosun 407K red-dot sight installed from the factory.
Mossberg’s pump-action shotguns are now also available optics-ready, in both hunting and tactical models. The 3.5” chamber 835 Ulti-Mag Turkey optics-ready is offered as a package with a Holosun 407K for a MSRP of $895. The 500 series Turkey model shotguns are offered in optics packages with the Holosun 407K, available in three models including full-size and super-bantam 20 gauges and a .410-bore version. All three models have a MSRP of $844.
On the tactical side of Mossberg pump shotguns, the 590S Magpul edition shown above.
On Mossberg’s tactical pump-action side, two models of the omnivorous 590S are offered optics ready. The 590S Compact optics ready has a MSRP of $727. The 590S Magpul edition, which comes with a Magpul SGA adjustable stock and MOE fore-end, comes with a 407K red dot installed from the factory. To see all of Mossberg’s new-for-2024 shotguns, visit mossberg.com.
Article by JEREMIAH KNUPP