Mossberg Silver Reserve II

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posted on July 17, 2012
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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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