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Mossberg 85370 930SPX 7+1 3" 12ga 18.5" Reviews

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31 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by CHRISTOPHER G Saturday 02 June, 2018
Great gun. Just needs higher cheek rest (for me). Youtube demonstration:

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Evan S Friday 24 March, 2017
My buddy bought a Benelli M4 which got me wanting a semi-auto shotgun. However dropping $2000 dollars on a shotgun wasn't something I was eager to do. So I bought this for a little under half the price and wasn't disappointed. The magazine tube follower didn't want to move properly at first, but after a little breaking in it's fine now. I bought a OR3GUN marine space for mine since I heard that they may have a issue cycling low brass/birdshot especially in high humidity areas (FLORIDA *cough cough*). I have not had a single issue aside from the follower issue. It has cycled everything from slugs and low recoil buck to Winchester Universal loads without fail. Some PROS and CONS vs. the BENELLI M4: PROS: -It has a fiber optic front post sight which was very helpful in follow up shots. -Both have a ghost ring sights. -(Obviously) It's cheaper by a lot -It holds 7+1 instead of 5+1 -It will cycle without having it shouldered. When we tried to shoot the Benelli with one hand or from the hip it wouldn't cycle because the inertia system needed a backstop to cycle properly. -The controls are a slight bit simpler to learn compared to the Benelli. -The recoil felt pretty much the same as the Benelli (but lighter than my 590 pump) CONS: -It feels like it's made cheaper than the Benelli (which is expected at half the price. -It doesn't have a threaded barrel for chokes like the Benelli. -The Benelli stays MUCH CLEANER than the 930 because of it's inertia system. (after about 200 rounds it was still practically completely clean) -The Benelli is easier to strip and clean because the spring in he magazine tube is locked in place while the 930 spring will spring out and is a pain to try and inch back in enough to reassemble the gun. Also the 930 has multiple parts to deal with while the benelli is pretty much just a few parts. -The Benelli is much easier to clean because the internals are chrome lined. -It was harder to tell when you fired your last round. The Benelli was very easy to feel the bolt lock back due to the inertia system while the 930 felt the same on the last shot as the first shot. It's like shooting an AK-47 vs an AR-15. -Loading the magazine tube was slightly harder until you got used to it because the feed ramp wanted to spring up on your finger and slightly pinch it making it a little uncomfortable. FINAL THOUGHTS: In the end I would probably still choose the 930 just because for half the price you still get a reliable gun with a fiber optic front post and 2 extra shells in the magazine. If they were both the same price then the Benelli would hands down win easily. If you want a good semi-auto tactical shotgun and don't want to spend all that money then this is a great alternative. I don't think you will regret it.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Gregg J Friday 15 July, 2016
My Mossberg 930 SPX arrived with a few burs inside of the magazine tube which caused the spring to catch and shells not to feed. I contacted Mossberg and they sent me a new magazine tube. I went the extra mile and coated the inside of the tube and follower with Teflon from 3M. I have fired 145 shells through it now and the gun functions flawlessly. It's an absolute blast with 3" magnum shells. The 930's semi-auto action is a lot softer, smoother and faster than my Winchester pump shotgun. This is my go to home defense weapon now. Thank you Bud's for always providing fast service and competitive pricing. God bless you for sponsoring Hickock45 on YouTube.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by PHIL N Monday 01 February, 2016
I shoot mossburg 930 this weekend, excellent work and flawless. I recommend this shotgun future gun buyer.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Joseph L Tuesday 15 September, 2015
Buds was great as always !!!! Now Mossberg should pick up on there quality control cause i got this gun with a bent loading gate ........ Other than that the thing is awesome do recommend the purchase for the money .

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Ryan F Tuesday 04 November, 2014
This is my 1st firearm purchase from Buds as well as my very first tactical shotgun, and to say the least I am impressed with both Mossberg and BudsGunShop. I was holding it in my hands at my FFL nearly less than two days upon purchase and it felt great. The FFL even commented on the quality of this fine gun. I now own 2 Mossbergs and they are both built to stand the test of time. However, I had a few hiccups while shooting it for the first time. A few jams, even one on the first shot. I mainly just wanted to see how well it worked straight out of the box, but with a little frog lube and after that point it has functioned flawlessly. It may have also been just part of the breaking in process. All in all, the service rendered from Buds is unmatched, and Mossberg reliability is not one to be questioned. My highest recommendations for this firearm!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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