A winner… right out-of-the-box.
Designed in conjunction with World Champion shooter Jerry Miculek, the new 940 JM Pro is feature-rich, fast-cycling, and ultra-competitive.

Competition-Ready Features.
These 940 JM Pro autoloaders were built to compete and win. Inside, you will find a new durable gas system that allows for up to 1500 rounds between cleaning, nickel boron-coated internal parts for smooth operation, and a competition-level loading port, elevator, and follower. Outside, an adjustable stock and streamlined forend sport Mossberg signature texturing, while a host of stylized, functional components combine for competition— to optimize speed, accuracy, and durability.

Gauge 12
Capacity 9+1
Chamber 3"
Barrel Type Vent Rib
Barrel Length 24"
Sight/Base Front Fiber Optic
Choke Briley Ext Set
LOP Type Adjustable
LOP 13"-14.25"
Barrel Finish Matte Blued
Stock Finish Adj. LOP, Cast, Drop Stock - Synthetic (Black Multicam)
Weight 7.75
Length 44.75"
UPC 015813851138

Product Code:MSS-85113

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Doesn't this gun msrp for like 650?

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For this camo version no?
MSRP: $1,078.00

Battlehawk is OOS but they list this for $785.
Also have to account for the inflated market as of 2020/2021

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Alright then.

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