Where Did Mossberg’s Model 500 Bullpup Shotgun Go?
O.F. Mossberg & Sons had a pump-action bullpup shotgun in its lineup during the 1980s, first appearing on the second-to-last page of the company’s 1985 catalog. However, the production run for those Model 500B shotguns was short-lived.
Mossberg: A Family-Owned Company That Lives On
Family-owned and -operated O.F. Mossberg & Sons began in 1919 with a four-shot pistol and advanced through the Great Depression and World War II with expanded offerings that continue to come from the manufacturer today.
The Mossberg Model 500: History & Disassembly
First designed and marketed in 1962, Mossberg’s Model 500 pump-action shotgun is a popular arm, due no doubt to its well-balanced combination of affordability and quality.
Land of the Free Tribute Revolver
Issued on a working Smith & Wesson Model 500 revolver, this over-sized handgun highlights the iconic, patriotic symbols and power that represent the United States of America.
Smith & Wesson Model 500
Billed as the most powerful production revolver in the world today, the Smith & Wesson Model 500 defines pure power.