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Mossberg 75771 SA-20 All Purpose 5+1 3" 20ga 28"

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Model: 75771
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 52291
UPC: 884110757715
MFG: Mossberg & Sons

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The SA-20 is perfectly balanced fast handling lightweight and just as important easy on your wallet. This soft shooting gas operated shotgun is available in two models to fit all size shooters. The SA-20 is fitted with a standard 14 length of pull (LOP) synthetic stock and forearm while the SA-20 Bantam features a shortened 13 LOP. The gas system on this reliable wingshooter vents excess gases to aid in recoil reduction and helps in eliminating stress on the operating components. This is one fun shooting goes anywhere do anything kind of gun with the built in features normally found on shotguns costing twice the price.BRBRUPC: 884110757715
Finish Camo
Action Single/Double
Gauge 28 GA / 410 GA
Barrel Length 26"/22"
Overall Length 59.5"
Trigger Gold
Safety Trigger guard safety
Capacity 11 + 1
Stock Not Valid
Chamber 2.75", 3", 3.5"
Weight 6 lbs
Finish Chrome
Action Not Listed
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 20"
Overall Length 47.75"
Trigger Mil-Std
Safety Not Listed
Stock Pistol Grip
Chamber 3" Magnum
Weight 6 lbs
Finish Cerakote
Action MuzzleLoader Frame
Barrel Length 23.5"
Overall Length 27.5 " - 37.5 "
Trigger X-Mark Pro
Safety Rebounding firing pin block
Capacity 3rd
Stock Youth
Chamber Not Listed
Weight 6 lbs
Finish Black
Action Semi-Automatic
Gauge 20 Gauge
Barrel Length 28"
Overall Length 48.5"
Trigger Standard
Safety Top Tang Safety
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock Fixed
Chamber 3"
Weight 6 lbs

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Reviewed By: chuck beau buck M on 08/19/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun. I own a Beretta A400 Xplor Light, Benelli M4, Mossberg 930 and I wanted a cheap 20 GA shoot-a-matic for new shooters and or women. I did some research and found this little gem. It's LIGHT, only 6lbs. with light felt recoil. I cleaned and lubed it properly before my first outing. Beware, the owners manual on page 5 states: this gun is designed to be used with 2 3/4" (15/16oz) loads. I've never even seen 15/16oz 20 GA loads. (Must be a European thing). Anyways, I put 110 rounds of Remington Gun Club Target Loads (yellow shells) 2 3/4" 7/8oz 2 1/2 Dram 1200 FPS and Remington Game Load 2 3/4" 7/8oz 2 1/2 Dram 1225 FPS both 8 and 9 shot and the gun performed flawlessly. No fail to fires, No fail eject, No fail to load. It throws the empty's pretty far too. Clean up was a breeze. The gas system and piston set up is a piece of cake to clean and mess with. I think it's because the guts are extremely similar to a fine 500 year old Italian gun maker, *wink, wink*

Overall this thing is a winner.

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Reviewed By: Xiaofei L on 08/13/2014 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
Gun is light as I expected it, but has serious mechanic problem. Two miss fires happened in around 300rds when release the bolt to chamber a new round, upon inspecting the cycled shells, the primer cap on each one had been struck by the firing pin. This makes me distrust the quality of Turkish made Mossberg anymore.

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