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mossberg 500 question?
hello, i have been looking into getting a new shotgun. i have pretty much decided on a mossberg 500 pump 12ga. shotgun. however i am unsure as to which model i should get. at dunhams there is a model with a 24in.. rifled slug barrel and a 28in...
You can not add an extension tube to the Mossberg 500.... The Remington 870 can take an extra extension tube but not the 500.... Where the barrel screws on is also the magazine cap..... The only...

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