What size shells does a Mossberg Maverick 88 hold?
The shotgun features a black synthetic stock and forearm for durability and a 6-round magazine capacity with 2-3/4″ shells and a 5-round capacity with 3″ shells.
What ammo does a Maverick 88 use?
|Barrel length||18.5″,20, 22, 26, or 28″ (470mm,508mm or 660mm )|
|Cartridge||12 or 20 Gauge 2-3/4″ or 3″|
|Feed system||5 or 7 round tube magazine|
Can a Maverick 88 shoot mini shells?
As some of you know, those little 1.75″ Aguila Minishells only work reliably in some pump action shotguns. This little adapter will allow you to use them to increase capacity and reduce recoil in Mossberg 500s & 590s, plus the Maverick 88.
Can you shoot 2.5 inch shotgun shells in a 3 inch chamber?
If the barrel is stamped 3″ Can you shoot 2 1/2-inch ammo, or can you only use 3 inch? The Gun Guy: Yes.
How far can a Mossberg 88 shoot?
The Mossberg Maverick 88 with the ATI folding stock is meant to serve as a dual-purpose security shotgun for close quarters and normal shotgun ranges (40 yards). With the stock folded up, you can fire from the pistol grip and cut the overall length by more than 12″.
Can a Mossberg Maverick 88 shoot steel shot?
Can I shoot steel shot through all barrels? No, not all barrels. Barrels with an interchangeable Accu-Choke™ or Accu-Mag™ choke tube system, yes (with proper tubes installed.) However, steel shot is not recommended for older “C-Lect Choke®” or fixed-choke barrels.
Can I use shorter shells in a shotgun?
This is very important to understand because stuffing a shotshell into your gun that’s too long for its chamber — and even though it may be the correct gauge — can be extremely dangerous. A good, safe rule of thumb is to only use shells as long or shorter than the markings on your shotgun barrel say you can use.