Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Mossberg 500, Winchester Model 1897, Remington 870, Winchester 1200, Molot Bekas-M, Winchester Model 1912, KS-23, Franchi SPAS-12, Heckler a Koch FABARM FP6, Remington 887 Nitro Mag, Benelli M3, Ithaca 37, RMB-93, Benelli Nova, MAG-7, Fabarm SDASS Tactical, Benelli Supernova, Neostead, Franchi SPAS-15, Serbu Super-Shorty, Pump-action shotgun, Mossberg Maverick, TOZ-194, Ciener Ultimate Over/Under, New Haven 600, Remington Model 31, Remington Model 10, Halo P-12, KAC Masterkey, Norinco HP9-1, Remington Model 17, Valtro PM-5/PM-5-350. Excerpt: Mossberg 500 is a series of shotguns manufactured by O.F. Mossberg a Sons. The 500 series comprises widely varying models of hammerless, pump action repeaters, all of which share the same basic receiver and action, but differ in bore size, barrel length, choke options, magazine capacity, and qfurnitureq (stock and forearm) materials. Other model numbers included in the 500 series are the 590, 505, and 535. U.S. Marines assigned to Commander, Seventh Fleet, Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team (FAST), Third Platoon, familiarize themselves with the M590 shotgunIntroduced in 1961, all model 500s are based on the same basic design. Originally using a single action bar this was changed to dual action bars in 1970, which are (at least in theory) less likely to bind than a single action bar design. A single large locking lug is used to secure the breech. The magazine tube is located below the barrel, and is screwed into the receiver. The slide release is located to the left rear of the trigger guard, and the safety is located on the upper rear of the receiver (often called a qtang safetyq). Sights vary from model to model, from simple bead sight to a receiver mounted ghost ring or an integrated base for a telescopic sight. Most models come with the receiver drilled and tapped for the...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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