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Broken forearm on a mossberg 535 shotgun

After shooting the shotgun i went to pump out the old shell and load the new one the forearm just slid and does not engage anything. when i took it apart some pieces of the synthetic forearm fell out. i cant find a replacement forearm anywhere. help! please!

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I'd be amazed if Mossberg didn't have one available. Give them a call.

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It's a common part. The Mossberg 500 forearm is the same type. Yours is a pinned version identical to a Maverisk 88 forearm. Any Mossy 500 "slide action tube" or a pinned Maverick 88 forearm will fit it perfectly.

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SOURCE: Have I possibly damaged my Browning 16 gauge

Europe loads 2 1/2" and 2 3/4" shells for 16 gauge shotgun as standard and the US only loads 2 3/4" shells. If your shotgun chambers the 2 3/4" shells it should be OK. You can measure the chamber and see if it measures 2 3/4". You can also check your barrel for and bulges in it by looking down the barrel with a bore light shinning down the other end. A bulge should be able to be seen with the eye. If your gun has any bulge, do not fire it again. You will need a new barrel. But It should be OK and I would not expect their to be any bulges.

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SOURCE: cant get forearm stock off mossberg 12ga 88, not like other mossb

a gunsmith told me it was a complicated solution for someone not knowledgeable in shotguns on this particular model. this answer i believe was backed up by a friend with 20 years of firearms experience who explained to me a complicated series of step that might work..

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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SOURCE: mossberg 500,12 ga. shells will not feed

this is Richard, what did you find.??? ktoffour@msn.com

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SOURCE: I never got an answer to my original question

This site has no specialists in the area that you need answers (weapons). If your delaer cannot offers details about this "bugs", try to find addition al information in the guns forums: thefirearmsforum.com/showthread.

Hope helps and good luck.

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SOURCE: Mossberg 500 20 ga shotgun

Poke it out with a clothes hanger...or a thin poker.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

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