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Old 05-07-2010, 10:38 AM
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Purchasing a lower grade Mossberg, now that is a scarry thought.
Made in America? true, Eagle Pass, Texas...I doubt they're assembled by what your reference of an "American" is however.
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Old 05-07-2010, 10:53 AM
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I have (you can tell by my username) the equivalent of a Pardner pump, the Norinco 98.

It is an excellent shotgun (I paid $120 for it) and I would pay up to $250 for it if I had to do it again.

There is nothing wrong with the Maverick 88 so you really can't go wrong with either one.

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Old 06-02-2010, 02:30 PM
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Had a Mossberg 500 12 ga, for 20 yrs, sold it to my brother in law and was stolen from his truck before he could shoot it. Insurance paid for a Maverick, and I like it more than the Mossberg. I had a Remington 870 and traded for a Glock 19. I bought a H&R Pardner w/18in bbl, parkerized finish, w/ sling mounts, that I like even more than the Remington and the Mossberg! I feel like 2 shotguns are always equal to 1 expensive handgun, any caliber. You can adjust stocks, slings, tac lights, etc. if you keep in the same family. You can always budget shop used Rem's or Mossy's and be well armed. I kept the Glock and carry it daily.
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the maverick 88 is the same damn thing as the mossberg 500 besides the cross bolt safety, my freind has a maverick i got a 500, both come apart the same, we can switch barrels, we have both put hundreds and hundreds of rounds through both of ours. the pardner is a good pump too, just depends on what u want.
oh yeah and the pardner is an 870 copy.

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Old 10-28-2011, 06:15 PM
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For what it's worth, I own both guns in 20ga. I am more impressed with the Pardner Pump. It has a heavier duty barrel, and can hold 6 shells (remove the MOLDED PLASTIC round limiter, and DO NOT put the turn and twist part back on, just screw the cap over the spring). The Pardner also comes with a lever door where you load your shells and swivels installed for sling mounts. The Maverick 88 is a little lighter. It only holds 5 hounds. Comes with a cheesy dowell with rubber o rings that serve as a round limiter (Really Mossberg????) but it does work. I like both guns, but I like the Pardner a little better, just my opinion.
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Old 10-29-2011, 01:32 AM
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Actually, no, it's not.

Made in Texas. With some Mexican parts. Because labor is cheaper there. Even mossberg 500's use mexican parts. And a lot of car companies sub out work to Mexico.
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Old 10-30-2011, 08:53 AM
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After reading your posts, I'm going to get a Maverick myself...
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