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Except I will, cause I just SCORED.

Mossberg 535, used but not in bad shape at all. Action feels solid, bore is dirty but I didnt see any major scratches or gouges. Came with a Carlson's choke, 20rds of Rio 00 Buck, and a few handfuls of Winchester and Federal low brass practice loads.

$150



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Grabbed some cold blue and 0000 steel wool this evening and all the steel cleaned up really nicely. There's only 3 visible marks now between the receiver and the barrel, and they are very minimal. The bore looks okay, I will know more tomorrow after I tackle it with some patches and Butch's bore shine. The action feels very solid, although it looks like the feeding lever on it has been polished after the fact. Pretty common modification if my limited reading is correct.

I will post pictures of the bluing, bore, and overall condition tomorrow after another cleaning session.

For $150, not a bad investment. I'm going to end up flipping this gun, either now or a little before next dove & turkey season. Hopefully make a little money in the process.
 

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I would start at $275 and $250 would be a great deal personally. 535 28" blued 3.5" chamber with wood furniture is about a $325-350+ shotgun
 

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