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Mossberg 12ga 590A1: Combat Ready Shotgun

Jun 06, 2021
Welcome back everyone on deck today, as you probably guessed from that intro, it's the Mossberg 590 a1, this one here has ghost ring sights and it's the 18 inch model, but basically on deck today a typical gun review is coming up. , which is always fun, there's nothing wrong with typical, we're going to go ahead and continue to put some bullets on the range here in the steel, come in, show you a comparison to this gun, some of the other offerings out there, some of the specs of this gun, what I like about it, pros and cons, and uh, that'll be it, but we'll continue to put some bullets on the range and, uh, moving on to the rest of the review, below are a series of actions that come with the weapon, most of them will be available. a 14 inch draw length, this one here is a little shorter because I prefer a shorter draw length, it has a nice recoil pad, they offer the quick feed stocks which are very popular as a factory model as well as the release of the bolt on the 590. it's located right here behind the trigger guard, so you just push it up, execute the action and if you're gripping it like you're about to shoot, one good thing is that you can go ahead and execute the action with the middle finger, hold down the trigger. finger in the

ready

position, so an advantage of Mossberg

shotgun

s or some other competitors, the safety is located right here on the rear tank, so that would be the safe position, which is the firing position.
mossberg 12ga 590a1 combat ready shotgun
The location advantage here is for left-handed shooters. You don't have to worry about any kind of awkward cross bolt safety, but the downside to this may be that if you're going to use your gun with a pistol grip, I don't really recommend pistol grips in general, but if you're going to run with a pistol grip, gun makes activation much more difficult. Several of the 590 models come with these ghost ring sights. I like them, they are adjustable for windage and elevation, but there are models with just the bead site for those of you. Who like to keep it a little simpler.
mossberg 12ga 590a1 combat ready shotgun

More Interesting Facts About,

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When looking at the bottom of the receiver, you'll notice the metal trigger guard and you'll also notice that the shell elevator stays all the way up so you can tidy up your unused

shotgun

. You don't have to worry about pinching it like you would with other shotguns, obviously when you go ahead and run the action drops close to the next round and picks it up, it goes into the chamber and your next rounds in the chamber are one aspect of the 590 that generates a lot of discussion in the forums is the receiver. The receiver here is an aluminum receiver which saves some weight, but a lot of people say I just have to have a sealed receiver.
mossberg 12ga 590a1 combat ready shotgun
They are probably the same. There are people who don't like polymer pistols or red dot sights, but there are people who feel that way, so if you're one of them, something to keep in mind is something that says the lock here on the gun is steel on steel, so it has its steel barrel here and it has its steel lug where the bolt locks in place, it's not locking aluminum on steel, so something points out that all models of the Mossberg 590 feature dual extractors for reliable chamber extraction, I have not had a single failure with this gun, other than a failure to extract or eject something like that, so those extractors are apparently doing their job, al

ready

which with most modern shotguns we have dual action bars on both sides, in theory dual.
mossberg 12ga 590a1 combat ready shotgun
The action bars will be less likely to lock than a single action bar, I'm not sure if that's been a big problem over the years, but it's worth noting that this particular model is the 18 model inches and a half, although most of the 590 that exist are 20 inches. models with a capacity of eight plus one, this one here has a capacity of five plus one, a little more maneuverable, a little lighter, but you are sacrificing capacity in all my reviews, I try to cover the price of the weapons, uh, without a doubt , pump shotguns. They are one of the best values ​​if you are looking for a home defense or self defense tool, the 590 will generally be between 450 and 650 depending on the variant, which is certainly more than a basic pump shotgun like the 500 or 870 express will come with. somewhere maybe in the 250 to 400 range, so you're playing a premium for that heavier barrel, the metal trigger guard, the metal safety, all that jazz, we talked about the parkerized finish, but the 598 is excellent. gun, it's proven that you, many of you know that this gun passed the army's three-thousand-shot endurance test, the drop test, the cold weather test, all that shit it went through.
Very proven weapon that is used widely abroad in military service as well as to buy a many law enforcement departments here at home as well as many civilians around here, which are also used well, making it a excellent gun, very smooth action if you could press the fire button, very smooth action um, shoots well, really not a There's a lot to complain about, the 12 gauge is still a powerful bullet. I know a lot of people switch to the ars for home defense, but there's nothing wrong with that double pump shotgun still doing the job after all these years, but if you have any questions. about this review, anything else to talk about here on the channel, you can post it below in the comments section, you can also post it on my Facebook page, but as always guys, thanks for watching, thanks for subscribing and I hope to see you on the next video.

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