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mossberg 930 spx question

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by glockfan2327, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. glockfan2327


    Apr 26, 2010
    I just got my 930 spx back from mossberg , they replaced the barrel and a few internal parts.
    I tested with 9 different loads of bird shot and low recoil 00 buck shot, 0 problems.
    My question now is if i can keep it fully loaded? do you think the spring will get weak ?
    I know i can leave my glock fully loaded for long time without a problem, but i don't know about mossberg , any thoughts?
  2. Hedo1


    Oct 1, 2007
    SE Pennsylvania
    It should not cause you any problems.

    If it is an HD Shotgun consider the spring a maitenance item. I change mine out every year. I shoot about 150-200 rounds per year thru my HD shotgun so it's not like it needs it.

    I do the same with my carry G19. I put 3000 to 3500 rouds thru it per year. I change the recoil spring every year between christmas and new years (same time as the mossberg). Again it doesn't need it but I do it anyway, toss the old one in the spare parts bin and neber worry about it.