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e46sc3
09-14-2012, 2:10 PM
Ok, so I purchased a barely used Mossberg 930 earlier this week and while looking it over I hear something inside rattling around. I decided to break it down to investigate what might be making the noise and out comes a wooden dowel. What is the purpose of the dowel? It seems like maybe it was in there to limit the amount of shells I could carry ... Does that even make sense? Sorry for the stupid question ... This is my first Mossberg and my Benelli doesn't have any dowel that I know of.

Res
09-14-2012, 2:13 PM
Yea. If it was in the mag tube, it was to limit the rounds to 2 for hunting. I think it's 3 max for hunting.

e46sc3
09-14-2012, 2:59 PM
Yea. If it was in the mag tube, it was to limit the rounds to 2 for hunting. I think it's 3 max for hunting.

Hey thanks for the reply ...

The model I bought is the waterfowl version, so your answer makes sense to me.

SubieRX
09-14-2012, 3:48 PM
I've got the same one. Its a great gun! Congrats on the purchase!