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Mossberg 88 vs 500 vs 590

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In this video I compare the features of the Mossberg Maverick 88 to the 500 and 590 series of shotguns. We get a lot of questions as to the differences in these firearms so here is the much requested video on the subject. Much more to come, stay tuned.


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7 thoughts on “Mossberg 88 vs 500 vs 590

  1. Just picked up the 88 yesterday. I was wondering if the trigger group would swap from the 500. I have a 500 20g that I’ve had since I was 10. It has a factory matte od finish and a 24inch barrel. It has a metal trigger group thou? I guess that’s something that they just started doing recently

  2. Never thought much of the Maverick 88, until trying out a coworkers gun. For an inexpensive shotgun it’s great. Will it hold up to heavy duty use like an 870??? Not sure, but it has a myriad of aftermarket accessories and the one I shot was quite accurate, reliable and felt good. Still like my 870P (from 1983) better, but If I needed a 12ga pump and cost was the deciding factor, a Maverick 88 would work well. Fuhgeddaboudit!

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