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I'm wanting to buy a Mossberg .410 like my first shotgun was. I don't remember the model but it was a Mossberg, bolt action, held three rounds including the one in the chamber and it had an adjustable choke.
If you have something that sounds like what I'm looking for hit me up.
I'm located in the Ardmore area but will travel some for the right shotgun.
 

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That describes my very first shotgun,,,
It was my Father's bunny gun.

I honestly don't know if it was a "great" gun or not,,,
But I was able to drop a few pheasants with it,,,
And countless crows in the wheat fields.

I gave it to my nephew back in the 70's,,,
He used it regularly until he passed.

Happy hunting,,,

Aarond

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I'm wanting to buy a Mossberg .410 like my first shotgun was. I don't remember the model but it was a Mossberg, bolt action, held three rounds including the one in the chamber and it had an adjustable choke.
If you have something that sounds like what I'm looking for hit me up.
I'm located in the Ardmore area but will travel some for the right shotgun.
If it helps, I believe the model you're looking for is the Mossberg 183. I just picked one up recently and they are fun guns!

Good luck with the search!

Specifically you are looking for one from the 183K series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mossberg_183

K​

The 183K is similar to the 183D, but had a "C-Lect-Choke", which allowed the shooter to vary the choke between four settings without changing adaptors (as with the 183D).[1][2][3] Weight 5 1/2 lbs, barrel, 25" with variable C-Lect-Choke. Genuine walnut one piece Monte Carlo stock, later models walnut finish. Made 1953-1956.[1]

K-A​

Model 183K-A Bolt Action Repeater, firing pin design change. Made 1956-1960.[1]

K-B​

Model 183K-B Bolt Action Repeater, Slimmer barrel. Made 1960-1963.[1]

K-C​

Model 183K-C Bolt Action Repeater, change to trigger and safety lever. Made 1963-1986.[1]

K-D​

Model 183K-D Bolt Action Repeater, change to barrel and front sight. Made 1968-1986.[1]

K-E​

Model 183K-E Bolt Action Repeater, same as 183KD, shorter trigger guard, rubber recoil pad added. Made 1971-1986.[4]

 

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I'm wanting to buy a Mossberg .410 like my first shotgun was. I don't remember the model but it was a Mossberg, bolt action, held three rounds including the one in the chamber and it had an adjustable choke.
If you have something that sounds like what I'm looking for hit me up.
I'm located in the Ardmore area but will travel some for the right shotgun.

SSP has a New Haven 283. This is a rebranded Mossberg 183D. (No adjustable choke.)

https://shop.soonerstatepawn.com/It...tion-Shotgun/b238755cd2f44033b7ede82e03a0921f
 

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That describes my very first shotgun,,,
It was my Father's bunny gun.

I honestly don't know if it was a "great" gun or not,,,
But I was able to drop a few pheasants with it,,,
And countless crows in the wheat fields.

I gave it to my nephew back in the 70's,,,
He used it regularly until he passed.

Happy hunting,,,

Aarond

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I don't remember if it was a great gun either. But I certainly enjoyed it into my 20's and brought home lots of dove and quail with it.
 

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Specifically you are looking for one from the 183K series.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mossberg_183

K​

The 183K is similar to the 183D, but had a "C-Lect-Choke", which allowed the shooter to vary the choke between four settings without changing adaptors (as with the 183D).[1][2][3] Weight 5 1/2 lbs, barrel, 25" with variable C-Lect-Choke. Genuine walnut one piece Monte Carlo stock, later models walnut finish. Made 1953-1956.[1]

K-A​

Model 183K-A Bolt Action Repeater, firing pin design change. Made 1956-1960.[1]

K-B​

Model 183K-B Bolt Action Repeater, Slimmer barrel. Made 1960-1963.[1]

K-C​

Model 183K-C Bolt Action Repeater, change to trigger and safety lever. Made 1963-1986.[1]

K-D​

Model 183K-D Bolt Action Repeater, change to barrel and front sight. Made 1968-1986.[1]

K-E​

Model 183K-E Bolt Action Repeater, same as 183KD, shorter trigger guard, rubber recoil pad added. Made 1971-1986.[4]

Awesome information. You guys rock.
 

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