NRA Gun Of The Week: Mossberg 940 Pro Snow Goose

posted on January 28, 2022

Mossberg introduced its 940 series of gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns at SHOT Show 2020 after years of development with competition shooters Jerry and Lena Miculek. Line extensions followed: Enter the 940 Pro Snow Goose, a premium-level semi-automatic 12 gauge outfitted with features suited for high-volume wing shooting. Watch the above NRA Gun of the Week video to see it in use, and to learn more.

gray-colored aluminum shotgun receiver words stamped MOSSBERG


The Mossberg 940 Pro Snow Goose is built with a competition-inspired gas system for unfailing functionality and comes chambered for 12-gauge shotshells. The 940 Pro Snow Goose also has the capability to operate with both 2 ¾” and 3” ammunition for up to 1,500 rounds continuously before required cleaning.

arms holding white gray shotgun loading ammunition


Further improvements to the 930-series shotgun, in the making of the 940 Pro Snow Goose, include an enlarged loading port for quad-loading in addition to modifications to the elevator and shell catch. Hunters will appreciate these touches when loading with gloved hands on late-winter conservation hunts, in addition to enlarged controls and a cocked indicator housed within the trigger guard.

barrel muzzle shotgun black gray white painted steel


True Time Viper Snow camouflaging wraps the 940 Pro’s synthetic furniture and Battleship Gray Cerakote covers the receiver, barrel and 12-round-capacity, extended magazine tube. Mossberg provides a self-draining stock that is shim-adjustable for length of pull, cast and drop to make for a perfect fit. A 28” steel barrel comes with the 940 Pro Snow Goose and contains a raised, ventilated sighting rib fitted with a HIVIZ fiber-optic sight. The 940 Pro Snow Goose comes standard with an X-Factor extended and ported choke tube.

Mossberg 940 Pro Snow Goose Specifications
Manufacturer: O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.
Action Type: gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun
Gauge: 12; 3”
Receiver: aluminum, Cerakote finish
Barrel: 28” steel, threaded for Accu-Chokes
Sights: HIVIZ TriComp fiber-optic front
Length: 50.75”
Weight: 8 lbs., 4 ozs.
MSRP: $1,165


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