Here is Mossberg’s best value in an over and under shotgun, the Maverick Hunter. Manufacturer is Khan Arms of Üzümlü, Northeastern Turkey. Importer and service warrantor is Mossberg International of Eagle Pass, Texas. Type is Over-and-under box lock shotgun. Construction is entirely steel, with black anodized alloy trigger guard. Chambering is for 12 gauge, 2 3/4 inch or 3 inch shells. Barrels are 28 inch tubed, and they accept any current production Benelli or Beretta Mobil type choke tube. It comes furnished with two tubes, a .712 Improved Cylinder and .700 Modified. Capacity, of course, is 2 rounds. Barrels are weld attachment fore and aft for correct alignment, with 3200 type open center for lightness, economy, and heat dissipation. Rib is solid .315 width, with checkered serrations and brass bead front sight. Mechanism is one piece extractor block with barrel selector on the tang mounted safety lever, mechanical transfer as opposed to recoil transfer between the firing pins. Forend and buttstock are contoured black synthetic with checkered panel surfaces, 1 1/2 inches buttstock drop at the comb and 2 1/8 inches at the heel. Stock is canted a full inch to the right, so this shotgun will not be southpaw friendly without stock work by a competent gunsmith. Length of pull is fully 14 1/4 inches from the smooth faced .295 trigger to the end of the buttstock. Finish is non glare matte blue and black anodized for the alloy surfaces. Overall length is 38 1/2 inches, and weight empty is 6 pounds 4 ounces with center of gravity at the forend junction. This shotgun comes in its factory Mossberg relabeled box with instruction manual that contains Mossberg Warranty statement, and with a yellow Mossberg cable lock. It is what we call a factory Demo, probably serving as a sales rep’s gun and at industry trade shows like the annual SHOT show at Las Vegas, as a Vegas showgirl. Surface detractions are minimal, only faint amounts of contact streaking, as the photos show. We rate it as Excellent in Box, but its photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chambers, and mechanism are all bright and clean. If this shotgun has been fired at all, we estimate it was fewer than 100 rounds. Replacement pricing on this shotgun on maverickarms com is $500. We’re offering the Maverick Mossberg Hunter in the photos, however, for only $ 359.00. Any ammunition or personnel in photos are Not included.
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