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TacStar Adds Accessories for Mossberg 930/935 Shotguns

June 07, 2010  | 

TacStar, a Lyman Brand, has added two new products that increase both the magazine capacity and shell-holding capacity for Mossberg's newest autoloading shotguns. Both the new Magazine Extension and new SideSaddle Shellholder offer fast, easy, no-gunsmithing mounting.

The 930/935 Magazine Extension features rugged, all-steel construction and increases magazine capacity by three shells. The extension replaces the screw-off magazine cap and includes an extended magazine spring to retain factory function and reliability.

TacStar's 930/935 SideSaddle quickly gives the shooter an extra 6 shells securely held to the side of the shotgun's receiver.Made of virtually indestructible, weatherproof Hytrel polymer, the new shell carrier requires no alteration of the shotgun and can be installed in minutes.

The TacStar Magazine Extension and SideSaddle for the Mossberg 930 and 935, as well as all TacStar products and Lyman brands, are available nationally through firearms and sporting goods dealers and mail order companies.

Pachmayr, Trius Traps, A-Zoom Precision Snap Caps, Butch's Gun Care, UniDot, and Targdots are also Lyman brands.

 

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