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Mossberg 930SPX 12g 18.5" 8SH CB GRS MAT Reviews

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50 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.4 of 5 Stars!]
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by Reyan J Wednesday 13 July, 2011
Okay just wanted to throw my 2 cents in the mix....I have not ordered one but i have ordered 2 mossberg 930spx's, not because there was something wrong with the first one...but i just wanted 2 930spx', and Derek is the man...and question i had he quickly replied...and also NOOOOOO body can beat deals...believe me i looked around, and buds has it for the best price and includes free shipping.... And if you guys are on the fence on buying this 930, and see the reviews below on people getting messed up 930spx's, just don't take ownership of the gun....and buds will replace it or refund you the money. and the shotguns buds are selling are the 3rd gen ones...with thicker barrel, sling mounts, and higher front sight....and ect. I picked up my second one yesterday and all i can say is this one ROCKS!!! Manufacture date was 6/13/2011....pretty sweet... Thanks budsgunshop....

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Allen B Tuesday 12 July, 2011
As usual Bud's met my expectations. Only thing is when I received my SPX930 it had some rust on it and the rear site lug was striped out.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4 of 5 Stars!]
by CODY C Thursday 07 July, 2011
Well I must have been one of the lucky people who received a flawless 930 SPX..Before signing my transfer paperwork at my FFL's I examined the shotgun closely for any of the problems many buyers have encountered including canted (either left or right) front sight tower, loose trigger assembly, forearm retainer, mag tube & capacity. Everything seemed in order & the gun looked great so I signed for it. I got it home & low & behold it would only hold 6 rounds of 2 3/4" Birdshot shells--I tried Remington, Winchester & Federal shells but to no avail it would not hold 7!!..I broke the gun down cleaned it thouroughly including fieldstripping it & removing the trigger assembly to clean it, Which any gun owner should do BEFORE firing a new shotgun or any firearm for that matter. To my astonishment there were 2 identical followers in the mag tube which was preventing it from holding the advertised 7 rounds. I do not know if this was an oversight on Mossberg or if (which is what I think) the shotguns are shipped w/ 2 followers to comply w/ several states (I think Massachusetts & Connecticut) that prevent AUTOLOADING shotguns from having a capacity of more than 6, but this is just speculation on my part. Upon removing the 2nd follower it holds 7 easily including buckshot & slugs!...So w/ a little work this shotty is now my bedside home defense weapon of choice & I just got done putting 200 rounds thorugh her & she ate every single round right up w/ out a malfunction or jam of any kind! Beautiful weapon & also reminds me of why I field strip & clean every new weapon I purchase BEFORE firing which every responsible gun owner should do along w/ reading the owners manual as well as familarizng themselves w/ the function of their new weapon..Of course Buds service was flawless, shipped immediately upon my echeck clearing..Buds prices just can't be beat period!! Thanks again Buds!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Robert P. Wednesday 29 June, 2011
I was impressed with the product information provided by Mossberg about their tactical 12 gauge, model 930sx. After about a seven month wait, Bud's sent me an email notifying me a new 930 was available. I ordered the second one of the forty Bud's had in stock. When it was at my FFL I looked at it and immediately noticed the front sight was missing. The gun also looked kind of scuffed, like it had been bounced around for a while in its box. My dealer and I went through the box and packing materials thinking the sight was either not installed or had come off and was loose in the box. The sight was not located. Then I looked through the rear sight and noticed the front sight wings were not in alignment on the barrel. The rear portion of the front sight assembly was canted or twisted to the right by about an eighth of an inch. I left the gun at the dealer and contacted Mossberg. They were very courteous and suggested I could either return the entire gun or just the barrel for an expedited repair or replacement. Bud's was also very accommodating and told me they would do whatever I wanted; return for repair or replacement. After a day of deliberation I decided to pay the extra dealer handling fee and directed my FFL to return the unit to Bud's. Because I had waited so long to get this gun and after delivery finding the two major defects in it, I was very disappointed. While made in America, I wonder if Mossberg has non-American, foreigners on its assembly line. It looks to me like you get what you pay for. The Mossberg is less expensive than other brands, and I own a Mossberg pump, but I have learned that if I want a well made firearm, one that I can expect to use a lot (and not just park under the bed), I will need to pay more for the quality I want. Because of the poor craftsmanship of the Mossberg, I looked at a Benelli. What a difference. I will likely pay the difference and get a well made firearm I can take pride in.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">2 of 5 Stars!</span> [2 of 5 Stars!]
by Luke J Wednesday 22 June, 2011
Picked up the 930SX yesterday and shot it today. After the 1st round, the firing pin conitnued to have week primer hits. I unloaded and loaded the gun several times trying different ammo. Only 10-20% of the trigger pulls went bang. The rounds went into battery and cycled fine. It's just that the gun went click instead of bang. In addition, the front sight is way to the left and the trigger guard is very loose. Needless to say, this gun is going back to mossberg so now I need to pay another $20 for shipping. Big disapointment since the gun looks and feels awesome! They must have a bad batch going out.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">1 of 5 Stars!</span> [1 of 5 Stars!]
by Michael B Wednesday 22 June, 2011
Received my Mossberg 930 SPX yesterday from my FFL. The new ACH payment was smooth and convenient and the cash discount was nice. Like my previous transaction, Buds was outstanding in that the price was low and the entire transaction was fast. For sure they have my continued business. Concerning the gun itself: avoid it like the plague. I inspected it at the FFL to determine any flaws-- At the time I couldn't tell any and I foolishly accepted it. When I took it home and took it apart I quickly realized the quality control at Mossberg is utter garbage. First, the front sight tower was canted dramatically to the right. It's more than an eighth of an inch off (verified with a set of calipers). Forget using slugs at any appreciable distance. Second, the receiver mounted rail was canted slightly to the left. I almost can't get the sights to line up at all. So forget putting on a red-dot to compensate for the leaning tower on the barrel. The real salt in the wound was that Mossberg apparently KNEW this and set the sights all the way to the left to line up and compensate for it. Third, the Choate magazine extension on the end was ever so slightly bent up and to the right. I suspect this will lead to stoppages in the future. Finally there was a slight blemish in the finish near the safety (that I don't care about). Tomorrow and a heated phone call will determine how Mossberg handles this absolute train-wreck of quality control. That being said I absolutely regret the purchase; buyer beware.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">1 of 5 Stars!</span> [1 of 5 Stars!]
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