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#3402927 - 10/15/13 01:28 AM (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535
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Anybody have personal experience with the mossberg 835 or 535? Whats the differences,pros/cons,ect. Looking for a new turkey gun..
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#3403511 - 10/15/13 01:04 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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i have the 835 i like. but better bring your big boy pants on if your going to shoot the 3.5. i have the 500 not the 535 but its chambered for a 3 inch i like the 3.5 chamber for turkeys. if you want a 3 inch gun look into the stoeger m2000 about the same price as the mossbergs. it shoots better then either of the mossbergs by a long shot. just need to decide if you want a 3 or 3.5 inch gun.
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#3403576 - 10/15/13 02:02 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: deerhunter10]
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Love both my 935s!!! \:\) I know you didn't ask but I thought I'd share anyway.

As for what deerhunter said...decide if you want to be able to shoot 3.5" shells. If not, I'd recommend you consider a Weatherby in addition to the Stoeger. I own a Weatherby SA-08 and I use it for everything other than turkeys and waterfowl. I think its pretty awesome.

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#3403646 - 10/15/13 02:46 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: drrxnupe]
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835 seems to pattern better to me I don't know for sure if the 535 is over bored like the 835, polish the barrel and invest in a good choke and some magblend and their is no better gun than an 835 in my opinion
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#3403654 - 10/15/13 02:53 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: drrxnupe]
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The main difference between the two is the 835 barrels are over-bored to a 10ga and restricts down to a 12ga, which can help out with patterns—especially with the longer barrels. I have an 835 and love it. It took awhile to figure my combo out, but I'm getting 175+ pellets, with no gaps in the pattern, in a 10" circle at 40yds.

Mossy 835 Ulti-Mag
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#3404233 - 10/15/13 09:16 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TNDeerGuy]
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835 here. The reach to the pump is a little long for me and I've thought about selling it and getting the 935 which is its automatic brother. Other than that I love it but as mentioned it lays the smackdown on both ends. Mine has a jellyhead choke and I shoot 3 1/2" magblends.
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#3404309 - 10/15/13 10:28 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TNDeerGuy]
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 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
It took awhile to figure my combo out,


x2 I have found mine really likes the primos jelly head and mag blends 3.5
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#3404516 - 10/16/13 07:20 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: deerhunter10]
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Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
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#3404523 - 10/16/13 07:26 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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No, they perform better with aftermarket chokes in the .670-.676 range--that appears to be sweet spot, however every gun is different so you just have to shoot it and figure it out. It will shoot much better if you polish the barrel though.
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#3404802 - 10/16/13 10:18 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TNDeerGuy]
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I agree w/Gravey the reach for the pump is a little long for me also but love my 835 but other than my prob of short arms I'll have an 835 for as long as i can
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#3404821 - 10/16/13 10:32 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: deerhunter10]
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 Originally Posted By: deerhunter10
 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
It took awhile to figure my combo out,


x2 I have found mine really likes the primos jelly head and mag blends 3.5


Jellyhead and Magblends have been my best combo for my 935. As stated, the 935 is the semi-auto brother to the 835.

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#3404849 - 10/16/13 10:49 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: drrxnupe]
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My 835 turkey came with the short barrel and a factory turkey choke. I shoot the Winchester 3.5" shells that are $50 per box. The gun is a killing machine. I also have an Indian River choke that patterns equally well. I have taken turkey at 50 yards and beyond.
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#3405131 - 10/16/13 01:38 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead
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#3405191 - 10/16/13 02:25 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: knightrider]
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 Originally Posted By: knightrider
 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead


Out of my 835 using 3" magblends, the jellyhead only had 146 pellets and some wide gaps in the circle, and the Tru-Glo SSX had 174 pellets and no wide gaps—all the more reason to try several different chokes and loads because every gun in the same model will shoot differently.

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#3405309 - 10/16/13 04:06 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: SCAT]
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How many shells come in that??
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#3405314 - 10/16/13 04:14 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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I really like the 535 turkey thug because it's lighter and comes with the pistol grip but I can't find any suggestions on what anyone uses to give it a good pattern.
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#3405774 - 10/16/13 09:13 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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I have had both. I limited out this spring with a 535, shooting a factory choke and 3.5'' #5 winchester supremes. shot 2 over 50yards. I prefer the 835, its a little heavier, slightly better pattern, once again I just used factory choke. the 535 with 3.5" shells will jar your eye teeth, real light. my wife bought me a benelli sbe II for my bday, got a rhino .670 choke and now i'm shooting nitro's. we'll see if it's worth it come spring.
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#3405862 - 10/16/13 09:43 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
I really like the 535 turkey thug because it's lighter and comes with the pistol grip but I can't find any suggestions on what anyone uses to give it a good pattern.


I set up one for a buddy shooting 3" magblends and a kicks gt 660 and that dude will flat throw a pattern
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#3405875 - 10/16/13 09:50 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TNDeerGuy]
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 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
 Originally Posted By: knightrider
 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead


Out of my 835 using 3" magblends, the jellyhead only had 146 pellets and some wide gaps in the circle, and the Tru-Glo SSX had 174 pellets and no wide gaps—all the more reason to try several different chokes and loads because every gun in the same model will shoot differently.
that is true, but jelly head is normally a safe place to start with mossy or a pure gold 670 just stating my experience with 835 for the last 15 years
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#3405891 - 10/16/13 10:04 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: knightrider]
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im going to try the rhino out of my 835 this year. if I dont by a sbeII.
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#3405909 - 10/16/13 10:16 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
I really like the 535 turkey thug because it's lighter and comes with the pistol grip but I can't find any suggestions on what anyone uses to give it a good pattern.


Lighter and Mossys don't mix well....your shoulder is probably already cussing you—as is your foot already kicking your behind! LOL

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#3405939 - 10/16/13 10:41 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Lady's man]
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I have an 835 with a 28" barrel. It has serious range.
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#3405943 - 10/16/13 10:52 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Planking]
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Do any of you have the 835 with the recoil reduction system?
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#3405967 - 10/16/13 11:45 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Do any of you have the 835 with the recoil reduction system?


I have this recoil pad http://www.brownells.com/shotgun-parts/s...3194-47902.aspx and my shoulder. You won't notice the kick when that gobbler drops.
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#3407547 - 10/17/13 10:19 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: SCAT]
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I also have the 935. Shooting a rhino and nitros. It will be hard to beat it for pattern and it doesn't kick all that bad. A lil heavier than my old 870 but lighter than my bps. I've heard good things about the 535 but I think the 835 is best for the money.
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#3407630 - 10/18/13 03:34 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: chrmayo]
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What do u mean polishing the barrel?
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#3408349 - 10/18/13 01:01 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Do any of you have the 835 with the recoil reduction system?

I have a sims recoil pad on mine. It helps some but still kicks like a mule. You never notice it though when staring down the barrel at a big red head.
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#3408393 - 10/18/13 01:42 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: WORM82]
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 Originally Posted By: WORM82
What do u mean polishing the barrel?


Correct, have the inside of the barrel polished by a gunsmith.
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#3408398 - 10/18/13 01:48 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: chrmayo]
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 Originally Posted By: chrmayo
I also have the 935. Shooting a rhino and nitros. It will be hard to beat it for pattern and it doesn't kick all that bad. A lil heavier than my old 870 but lighter than my bps. I've heard good things about the 535 but I think the 835 is best for the money.


Chrmayo is dead on.
An 835/935 with a Rhino 690 shooting the triplex Nitro loads, you will have the best killing machine know to man. Certainly put a limbsaver pad on your gun, makes a huge difference. One more thing, you had better use a scope with this combination because under 30 yards its so tight you will miss a bird easily.
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#3408405 - 10/18/13 01:53 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: knightrider]
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 Originally Posted By: knightrider
 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead


The Jellyheads are the only tube I've seen in an 835 that patterns well at all, 670 is TIGHT for the larger bore of the 835/935 barrels. Most of the heavy shells 2-1/4 oz stuff needs more room or you risk over constricting the load and getting bounce which will blow your pattern apart. 680, 690 and even 700 for the big stuff, especially Nitro shells.
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#3408410 - 10/18/13 01:56 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: deerhunter10]
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 Originally Posted By: deerhunter10
im going to try the rhino out of my 835 this year. if I dont by a sbeII.


I've been shooting the large bore moss bergs for over ten years and tried all kinds of guns including the SBE's, nothing can hold a candle to them. The 10ga bore just flat out produces better patterns. Get the 690 and shoot Nitro loads and you have the best rig you can get.
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#3408424 - 10/18/13 02:15 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
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 Originally Posted By: TheRealSpurhunter
 Originally Posted By: deerhunter10
im going to try the rhino out of my 835 this year. if I dont by a sbeII.


I've been shooting the large bore moss bergs for over ten years and tried all kinds of guns including the SBE's, nothing can hold a candle to them. The 10ga bore just flat out produces better patterns. Get the 690 and shoot Nitro loads and you have the best rig you can get.


ive been shooting mag blends for a while but ive really wanted to try the nitros im going to go that route this year to. but as you said before ill for sure get a scope for it. ive seen what sbe and that combo produce and its un real. ive seen a lot of reviews about mossbergs with that combo and its un real.
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#3408477 - 10/18/13 03:20 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: deerhunter10]
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I handed mine to my wife one day to make one of those funny "it doesn't kick" videos. We were shooting skeet and I put a 3-1/2 4 shot in the tube then a couple 2-3/4 doves. She shot the first two dove shells then I was so scared she was going to break her collar bone I stopped her. Just couldn't do it. Thing kicks like a mule on steroids.

Never shot the 535, but I love my 835 and she takes everything from doves to yotes to turkeys. She just makes sure to punish me a little as well.
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#3408534 - 10/18/13 04:22 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
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The 835 jellyhead doesn't come in 670 only 690
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#3408823 - 10/18/13 08:12 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
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 Originally Posted By: TheRealSpurhunter
 Originally Posted By: chrmayo
I also have the 935. Shooting a rhino and nitros. It will be hard to beat it for pattern and it doesn't kick all that bad. A lil heavier than my old 870 but lighter than my bps. I've heard good things about the 535 but I think the 835 is best for the money.


Chrmayo is dead on.
An 835/935 with a Rhino 690 shooting the triplex Nitro loads, you will have the best killing machine know to man. Certainly put a limbsaver pad on your gun, makes a huge difference. One more thing, you had better use a scope with this combination because under 30 yards its so tight you will miss a bird easily.


Unless you load your own ;\)
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#3408873 - 10/18/13 08:32 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
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 Originally Posted By: TheRealSpurhunter
 Originally Posted By: knightrider
 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead


The Jellyheads are the only tube I've seen in an 835 that patterns well at all, 670 is TIGHT for the larger bore of the 835/935 barrels. Most of the heavy shells 2-1/4 oz stuff needs more room or you risk over constricting the load and getting bounce which will blow your pattern apart. 680, 690 and even 700 for the big stuff, especially Nitro shells.
I ment to say a 690 in jellyhead but a pure gold 670 in my 835 is light out over 250 in the 10 in target at 40!!! I cant express enough the polishing of any shotgun barrel to get awesome patterns!!
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#3408874 - 10/18/13 08:33 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Cbutl]
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 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
The 835 jellyhead doesn't come in 670 only 690
you are correct I ment 690 in jelly head and 670 in pure gold
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#3408917 - 10/18/13 08:52 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: WORM82]
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 Originally Posted By: WORM82
What do u mean polishing the barrel?


This is how to polish a barrel—it will make a difference in patterns. You could take to a gunsmith, but this has worked for me on several barrels—only cost a few dollars and an hour or so of time. However, chrome lined barrels should never have this done.

http://oldgobbler.com/Forum/index.php/topic,182.0.html

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#3409292 - 10/19/13 08:51 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: TheRealSpurhunter]
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 Originally Posted By: TheRealSpurhunter
 Originally Posted By: knightrider
 Originally Posted By: Cbutl
Does the 835 or 535 pattern good with the factory chokes?
a 670 after market choke will generally out shoot the factory choke by a lot, the most important thing you can do is polish the barrel and get n after market choke and generally 3 or 3.5 magblends is the ticket, every 835 I have used or patterened has loved the 670 jellyhead


The Jellyheads are the only tube I've seen in an 835 that patterns well at all, 670 is TIGHT for the larger bore of the 835/935 barrels. Most of the heavy shells 2-1/4 oz stuff needs more room or you risk over constricting the load and getting bounce which will blow your pattern apart. 680, 690 and even 700 for the big stuff, especially Nitro shells.


That's my exact conclusion based on testing 5 or 6 different chokes with 10 or so different shells.

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#3410033 - 10/19/13 08:36 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: drrxnupe]
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All this talk made me take my new benelli sbe 'll out today and shoot. Speaking of the nitro shells I shot 2 kinds of nitros, straight #5's and 4x5x7, that I had ordered and 1 hevi shot mag blend, 5x6x7. Best pattern out of my gun was rhino .670choke, I also used a gobbling thunder.665, at 42yds(ranged with rangefinder off of lead sled). With nitro 4x5x7, 2 1/4 oz load at 1240fps, the gun put 269 pellets in a 10" piece of paper. I shot all loads into paper targets mounted on different pieces of 3/8" inch plyboard to test for penetration. This "test" was pretty expensive and time consuming, oh yeah, and fun. I'm now ready for turkey season and very confident in my gun. Hope this info helps you a little.
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#3410899 - 10/20/13 03:55 PM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: Lady's man]
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I have a 535 and it shoots terrible! It has set in the safe for a couple years now I can't bring myself to sell it to some poor soul! I now shoot a sp-10 and a 870 super mag. I have heard good things about the 835 but after my experience I went to a totally different gun.
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#3411914 - 10/21/13 11:33 AM Re: (Mossberg haters go away) 835 vs. 535 [Re: bass56]
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You cant compare a 535 and an 835, apples and oranges.
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