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Mossberg Silver Reserve II

The Mossberg Silver Reserve II is available in 18 different versions and a variety of gauges.

7/17/2012

Mossberg is known for building well-made and affordable firearms, and Mossberg is continuing that with its Silver Reserve II series of shotguns, with multiple versions of both over-under and side-by-side shotguns in 12, 20, 28 and .410. 

All Silver Reserve II shotguns feature black walnut stocks with satin finish and fine-line checkered fore-ends and grips, blued barrels and polished silver-finished receivers with classic scroll engraving. These shotguns also come with chrome-plated chambers and bores, dual-locking lugs and tang-mounted safety/barrel selectors.

The Mossberg Silver Reserve II shotguns are available in Field, Bantam Field, Sporting and Super Sport platforms starting between $600 and $1,200.

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8 Responses to Mossberg Silver Reserve II

Sparky Patterson wrote:
June 19, 2013

Rob like you I have broken a few pins. Still after several thousand I just need pins. Tell me how?

Jake wrote:
May 05, 2013

I'm looking for a really good over and under for trap but I can't find one of these in stock anywhere

Don wrote:
April 21, 2013

three weeks ago I purchased A Silver reserve II Sport 28' after about 500 rounds of trap I started getting problems Miss Firing, Ejector not working, selector switch malfunction at one point I could only use the upper such a shame. I was just getting to like the gun. I should have gone for the extra bucks and got something more reliable. When you buy cheap you get cheap results I guess. I went back to my dealer to verify all the problem they sent it back to Mossberg.

james wrote:
March 23, 2013

Its's not the guns fault you lost 5 targets....

Pep wrote:
March 17, 2013

Ok I shot is yesterday i loved it... very accurate and no problems after 125 rounds. Recoil is nice but needed to be 1/2 pound heavier for better results although 20 out of 25. The over under selector could be easier to move real rough rubs on the metal. Great gun for the price... Bass Pro listed for $629 and if you signed up for their credit card an additional 10% off plus 100 in bonus bucks promotion no brainer...

Pep wrote:
March 04, 2013

I just bought one and will receive after the 5 day wait. Pretty excited about it cant wait to review.

Rob wrote:
September 24, 2012

Ive had my silver reserve for almost 7 years and the only thing Ive broke was firing pins and they have always stood behind it , oh yea Ive shot well over 5000 rounds thru this gun with no other issues i shoot on a trap league. im looking into purchasing the new sporting model this winter

Robert wrote:
July 23, 2012

I hope it's better than the Silver Reserve 1. Poorly manufactured. All new Briley chokes made it shoot straight. Both barrels fire a once every ten shots. Check out the "new" Silver Reserve pretty good before you buy. I hope they have made an improvement.