Adventure in mind: Thanks for the video.. Hey! did that sling stud come on the fore-grip from
Mossberg?? First time I've seen that...besides using the sling adapter
under the barrel. Is that on the new generation SPX? thanks for your help
and the videos
stchman: I've never seen anyone clean a firearm WITH a trigger lock.
Kim Humphries: Nice one Paul! You know the gun, identify all parts, communicate clearly -
anyone new to the gun should be able to conduct their first cleaning by
watching your video!
Richard Palmer: Thanks a bunch for this tutorial. I'm super familiar with
cleaning/maintaining pistols & a variety of rifles, but not so much when it
comes to shotguns. I got one of these 930 SPXs and took it out for a day of
shooting. Lots of FTEs and a few jams that were baffling to me. I think a
lot of it was not having cleaned & lubricating it before using -- not
something I'd ordinarily do, but it happens.
At one point I had to disassemble the thing to extract an oddly chambered
round. Getting that spring back in took some doing! Thanks for showing how
you did it. I don't feel so bad now. Very nicely done. Thanks again!
monster max: I shot my Mossberg for very first time. It was shooting well until I notice
when I load the gun again. I didn't feel the intention with the spring.
Like no resistance at all. The loads was just going in the chamber and
sliding around. Can you help me with this problem?
chrischiccino88: Thank you very much man, excellent video!!
Austin O'Neal: Dude. Fantastic video! Thanks for doing this.
Grevlain: How's the 930 running? Still smooth?
Brook Goddard: Thanks a lot for a very thorough and professional explanation of how to
field strip and clean the Mossberg. I just recently purchased one and your
video made it very easy for me to disassemble and clean my weapon. Keep up
the good work.
Gordon Taylor: What about the 2 gas holes in the barrel cylinder. Pipe cleaners??
David Wright: Thanks. Excellent how to!
donnrcp: Great video and feedback from YouTube members.
FadedHexx: Use Frog Lube. everyone should use it. If you wanna get the best out of
your gun with less fuss, use frog lube
Nycadaemon: Thanks for the video. They recommend you clean it then put 200 full power
rounds though it before using light loads... I didn't clean it and used
light loads from day one, no issues for a couple of hundred rounds.. then
the day of a 3 gun match, failed to eject every round lol. So I just
cleaned it for the next one. Having someone show you helps heaps for your
first takedown and clean.
RaulPerez1: Thanks for taking the time to watch!
David Gould: Just field stripped my brand new 930 following your instructions: worked a
charm! Many thanks.
wikkidevil13: A tip I usually tell every gun (nut) person I meet is that another good
cleaning chemical is simply Simple Green. I clean a lot of guns each month
and I use it on everything I strip down. It doesn't harm any materials and
it's easy on the hands too (not to mention it smells good!). Usually it
ends up being a much more cost effective cleaner as well. On a side note, I
watched your 590A1 video as well. I am caught between this and the 930 now.
"Thanks" alot. lol
Daivid Webb: Thank you, great video will watch again before I clean my 930SPX
RaulPerez1: When I made this video I wasn't into grease. I now grease all my guns with
Slip2000 EWG. Love that stuff.
RaulPerez1: Sure boresnake is fine. Personally I find that it doesnt do a great job of
cleaning the barrel but does do an OK job. Glad my video was helpful.
Ric DeRosa: What do you think about using a bore snake for the barrel? I use them for
my pistols, but haven't used one in a rifle or shotgun yet. I just got my
930 and this video was of great help... thank you
RaulPerez1: lol. Well what do you want to do with your shotty? With the 590A1 you are
kinda limited to a fighting/home defense shotgun on certain designs. On the
930 with an easy barrel swap you have a fine hunting and clay buster. I
just got into clay shooting and I'm using this with a 24" ported barrel
with an I/C choke. Hit 17/25 skeet clays a couple of weeks ago. Of course
now I want an o/u dedicated clay shooter now.... time to convince the wife
dah dah dahhhhhhhhhh.
RaulPerez1: glad it helps!
MoXplant: a little late to the party, but after looking at all the info our there on
12-gauge shotguns I decided to pick up a 930 SPX (yesterday) - haven't
fired it yet but I'm very pleased with the form/fit/function of the gun and
am confident I made the right decision. Thanks for making/posting your
videos - informative and helpful!
sousaville: nice job monkey....showing off your new gats...nice..enjoy that bad boy...Ed
RaulPerez1: No problem glad it helped!
Adam Kennard: Nice video thanks for the assistance. Helped me a ton. (PS: barrel swab -
Matt DeWitt: great video. keep up the gun videos. Show us at the range.
RaulPerez1: cool glad it helps. It's pretty simple to take down and put together.
NatrlBrnKiLLER: Great vid, very informative just what i was looking for.
starrider1900: Great job on the video. I can't wait to get one. Only problem is everybody
is sold out! Take care
Tripp426: Great job on this. A lot more detailed than other videos I've seen.
RaulPerez1: Awesome glad you two liked the video. I wanted something a little more
comprehensive than what I was seeing out there.
NoOneImportant556: Its actually pronounced [Ho-pp-E-s] [Hop-IEs] I pronounce it hops as well
CantonDrummer85: BTW, I beat my friends shooting clays with the my stock 18.5" 930spx I love
Microphone5158: Thanks for the video. Just cleaned my 930 watching this video. This is my
first gun so your video was great,
AggieEngineer11: Thanks for the tutorial, this was my first firearm.
RaulPerez1: The piston moves when you fire so you will need oil to keep the piston
operating properly. Keeping it dry may result in some failures. No matter
what you do that gas piston area is gonna get funky. Just clean it after
every 300 rounds and you will always be golden.
dstilla: My wife and I have watched this video so many times, we almost know the
dialog by heart. My wife is almost capable of field stripping a 930, and we
don't even own one. Top notch and keep up the good work. Glad to see a
video that shows the takedown as well as the cleaning because most of the
videos on YouTube don't show this.
Steve Wingert: Nice job, very thorough.
CantonDrummer85: Thanks for the video, informative and to the point.
WoodshavenPatriot: Good video. Nice to see someone elses breakdown and cleaning process. Ive
got the 930 SPX also. BTW you sound like Chachi from Happy Days (old
reference I know) , no offense and dont know why it hit my brain haha.
Will Bradley: @RaulPerez1 Why didn't you grease the bolt ? and the receiver where the
bolt is ? I do mine and 2500 shots no jams
RaulPerez1: shoots fine and sights are fine for what you want it to do. I did notice to
get a proper cheek weld I needed a comb raiser because the sights are so
tall. Check out Wrapid Comb it's cheap and easy to put on. keep her clean
after every 300-500 rounds and you should have no problems. Clean her when
you first get her or else you will have issues with the packing grease and
cycling of the rounds.
chief15c: Hey, Nice detailed video. I enjoyed it and learned a lot. What type of
sling set up is that. I like the idea of the nylon sling adaptor/coupling.
drthv8r1: Nice video thanks for taking the time to make it. I also have an Otis
cleaning system, some claim it's overpriced but what do I care it's compact
and complete. So I treated myself and my guns to a nice cleaning kit, I'm
happy with it that's all that really matters to me...lol.
RaulPerez1: I actually have a video of me and my friends at the range. uploaded it
yesterday. Glad you liked the videos!
wikkidevil13: Great vid. I'm thinking about getting the same model. It'll be my first
shotgun. How does it shoot? Are the standard sights any good?
HouseBoss: Thank you
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