Welcome to GunBroker.com! If you're looking for a little more information on the Mossberg 590 you've come to the right place. These shotguns are part of the popular Mossberg 500 line and have a variety of models and variations for you to choose from. We've gathered some info on the Mossberg 590 for your convenience because we believe that buyers should have as much information as possible when making big purchases. If you're here because you're interested in selling your own Mossberg 590 feel free to use some of the background we've gathered here to fill out your item description and keep buyers interested.
All of the models in the Mossberg 500 line are based on the same design that debuted in 1961. While these Mossberg shotguns originally operated with a single action bar, by 1970 this had been changed to a dual action bar less likely to bind. The main difference between the model 500 and the Mossberg 590 is the magazine tube design and the way it fits the barrel. The Mossberg 590 magazine design makes cleaning and deconstruction easier.
These pump action shotguns have plastic trigger guards and safeties in addition to a standard 20 inch barrel. Like all Model 500 shotguns the Mossberg 590 is designed to chamber 3 inch magnum shells, five 2.75 inch shells or four 3 inch shells in the magazine and one in the chamber. Current models of the Mossberg 590 are available in 12 gauge, 20 gauge and .410 Bore. Some Mossberg 590 models are designed for law enforcement, featuring a heavier trigger for example to reduce the likelihood of accidental discharge.
Now that you're read up on the Mossberg 590 and its specs you can head over to our auction pages to find the model you're looking for. Be sure to look for Mossberg accessories as well, the 500 line is known for being multipurpose and Mossberg markets a wide variety of stocks and barrels that can be used to create optimal configurations. Remember that if you don't see exactly what you're looking for today you should check back later – GunBroker.com listings update every day.