Depends on what the barrel is choked.
Yes, the Mossberg?æ500 20 gauge ammunition can be used in the Mossberg .410 model. To find out if ammunition will fit, the Mossberg company stamps the size needed on the side of the barrel.
A rifled slug can be fired from a smoothbore barrel with relative accuracy to about 100 yards. By relative accuracy, I mean that shots can be held in a 5 inch circle. That is about the size of the target zone on a deer. For a rifled barrel, rifled slugs should NOT be used, but sabot slugs can be.
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Your question can't be answered as written. What Model? What are ALL the markings? What gauge? How long is the barrel? What type of finish? Mossberg 500C, 20 gauge, 26" accu-choke, serial number K064007, checkered wood stock, blued barrel, vented rib barrel.
Depends on the ammunition. Rifled 12 gauge slugs are accurate to about 150 yards
Browning did not offer one, but you may find an aftermarket Hastings barrel (www.hastingsbarrels.com) that will do the trick.
A Mossberg 410, home defense, or a 18 inch barrel 20 gauge Mossberg 500 youth model with accu choke . Between $250.00, and $350.00
your western field model 550cd was made by mossberg,there model number is 500B.I would try numrich gun parts corp.for your barrel,and use the mossberg 500B number for parts identification.
The outside dimension of a barrel is simply the diameter. The traditional inside measurement of a rifled barrel is caliber and the traditional inside measurement of a smoothbore (shotgun) barrel is gauge. Strictly speaking, smoothbore gauges are not diameters. Gauge number is the number of round balls fitting the bore that can be made from a pound of lead.
Yes, it is. The 600AT was simply sold under the New Haven name instead of the Mossberg brand. It's a Mossberg 500A (12 gauge) intended for targets and hunting (long barrel and great wood). All Mossberg 500 parts fit it.
I would not say it is recommended but I think it is okay if the barrel is Cylinder Choke. If there is a choke to the barrel, I'd advise against it.