Editor’s Choice: Mossberg 940 JM Pro

posted on April 27, 2020

Mossberg has teamed with longtime professional shooter Jerry Miculek to improve its already impressive autoloading shotgun line, and develop a platform specifically tuned for speed, reliability and the challenges of action shooting competitions.

The 12-ga., 3"-chambered Mossberg 940 JM Pro (p. 48) starts with a 24" barrel topped with a ventilated rib and HIVIZ fiber-optic front bead sight, and comes equipped with a set of extended Briley choke tubes.

The tubular magazine holds nine shells, the loading port has been enlarged and beveled to facilitate speed loading and the gas system has been re-designed to cycle faster, run cleaner and function reliably even under the stress of high-volume competition shooting.

Finally, to maximize user comfort and functionality, the 940 JM Pro features a buttstock adjustable for length of pull and oversized, textured controls. For all the details on the new Mossberg 940 JM Pro, visit


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