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Thread: Mossberg 935 cyling problems

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    Default Mossberg 935 cyling problems

    When i shoot 3 1/2" shells it doesnt want to cycle right. it is like the slide doesnt have enough muscle to shove the shell up into the chamber. I have taken it down and thoroughly cleaned it, and it will be fine for a few shots. but then starts slowing down again. and is especially bad in cold weather. any input would be appreciated...

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    This is the same problem Mossburg has had with every auto they have made. I know several people that have sent them back but still have problems and just trade them off.

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    I love everything about the gun...except that one problem haha.

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    Motor Mica. Not a total solution but it helps.
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    STUPID HURTS

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    Mine done the same thing. After close inspection, I found out the bolt plate was cracked. Sent it back to Mossberg, 4 weeks later they sent it back to me with a whole new bolt, plate and trigger mech. No more problems.
    You know, not all Indians were Hunters, some of 'em had to tote firewood and stuff.

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    From some of the people I have talked to, some of the 935's seem to have been built on Monday (sucks) some Wednesday (excellent) and some on Friday (missing items). The 935 is classified as a magnum shooter and some people say it likes magnum rounds much more than lighter loads. However, there is information all over the net consisting of ejection problems. You can do a search on the 935 and get all sorts of mixed reviews on it.
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