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Mossberg 500B 20g 20" 8 SHOT CB SYN

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Model: 54300
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 84510
UPC: 015813543002
MFG: Mossberg & Sons

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The 500 Cruiser/Persuader comes with ghost ring sights, an 8-round capacity and has a black synthetic stock and forearm. The Cruiser/Persuader comes as a 20 gauge with a fixed cylinder bore. This is a Bantam edition featuring shorter than the typical length of pull, making the forearm easier to grasp.
Finish Silver
Caliber 44 Remington Mag
Gauge Not Listed
Barrel Length 20.625"
Capacity 3 1
Stock Synthetic Fixed
Chamber 2.75", 3"
Finish Mossy Oak Duck Blind Camo
Action Pump
Caliber 260 Remington
Gauge 410 GA / 22 WMR
Barrel Length 7.5"
Capacity 10
Stock Interchangable
Chamber 3'
Finish Blue
Action Pump
Caliber Not Listed
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 20"
Capacity 7 + 1
Stock Fixed
Chamber 2 .75" and 3"
Finish Black Cerakote
Action Semi-auto blowback
Caliber 22 LR & 243 Winchester
Gauge 12 & 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 26 " Heavy Fluted
Capacity 3 1
Stock None

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Reviewed By: Eldridge C on 03/16/2016 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Received my Mossberg 500 model 54300 from ffl and ghost ring rear sight was broken if. Unfortunately I did not realize that the rear sight was broken until after my FFL had already called in the transfer. Therefore I was not able to return the shotgun to Bud\'s. I had to contact Mossberg directly and am now awaiting a new sight to replace the broken one. Clearly Mossberg has quality control issues. Lessened learned on my end and I caution everyone to thoroughly inspect your purchase before completing your transfer psperwork. I purchased the Mossberg because it is made in America and I assumed that the quality control and overall quality would be better than comparable imports, I was safely mistaken and this will be the last Mossberg that I purchase.

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Reviewed By: BRAD W on 05/04/2014 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Rather disappointed with this shotgun. The first thing I noticed was that the forend has a nylon strap attached underneath with four screws; this was not depicted in the description. It may have functionality for some users, but to me it just looks silly. I removed it easily enough. The second thing I noticed, after arriving home from my FFL dealer, was a long, vertical scratch on the right side of the receiver, about 1 1/2 to 2 inches long. Not deep, but it definitely took some of the finish off. There were other smaller, lighter scratches on the same side, and overall the finish was a little uneven-- so despite the decent packaging, the quality control was not there.

I bought this shotgun as a lighter alternative to my Remington 870 Express model 5077; both guns have a similar style. The Mossberg has a shorter length of pull than the Remington, which also appealed to me, plus the fact that it also comes with an extension for the the stock if you want a slightly longer length of pull. I ended up using the extension, which is held in place with two long screws, but the upper screw stripped, even though I was trying to only snug it down. The extension and butt plate seem to be attached firmly enough, but I suspect they may loosen in time.

Another issue with the shotgun is one apparently common to the Model 500 that I knew about in advance. Still, I was rather surprised at the amount of play in the forend and action bars. Compared to my Remington, this forend rolls like a torsion bar-- it's a little unsettling.

The PROS: The adjustable ghost ring rear sights with the fluorescent orange front sight are decent enough. The gun is light and maneuverable, and the safety is located on the top of the receiver. The slide release is close to the trigger guard and is easier to operate than on the Remington 5077. These features, though, do not make up for the poor quality control, uneven finish, and somewhat cheap feel to this gun. I expected more from well-established American manufacturer; I paid about the same for this gun as I did for my Remington, and the Remington is by far much higher in quality.

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