Mossberg 590A1 Mariner

GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

86

User Score

Positive: 5
Mixed: 1
Negative: 1

GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

86

User Score

Positive: 5
Mixed: 1
Negative: 1
Price and Used Value
Retail
Price:
$680.00
Used
Value:
$442.00
Mossberg 590A1 Mariner
86
Retail
Price:
$680.00
Used
Value:
$442.00

Description

The Mariner®, with Mossberg”s exclusive Marinecote™ finish , is ideal for hostile weather environments, coastal environments, boat patrol, etc. The Mariner is the ideal choice when a vehicular-mounted shotgun is subjected to all-season climates, which can induce condensation on weapons. Rigorous testing proves the Marinecote resists corrosion better than stainless steel. This finish is harder than ordinary gunmetal and provides the added bonus of greater resistance to wear and distinctly smoother action.

Specifications

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Collector
Collector

Pricing

Poor
Condition
$272
Excellent
Condition
$612
Fair Market Range $626 - $653
Fair Market Price $640
MSRP $680
Used Gun
New Gun

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User Reviews (7)

Positive: 5 Mixed: 1 Negative: 1
  • 100

    I have had a Mossberg 590a1 for years. Shot all types of ammo, no issues. I prefer Mossberg to Remington because of tang safety and ease of loading. Great shotgun.

    April 6, 2017
    Joe m
  • 100

    Had mine now for several months. Paid less than $550. shoots everything perfectly. Shoots 4" groups with quality slugs at 100 yds from a bench. Does great with all types and brands of buckshot and slugs. Fantastic for th...e money to say the least. So easy to clean and maintain. Mine is the new 2016 version and have not had a single failure or problem. It was $200 less than the Remington. I have no complaints at all, It is a fantastic "go-to" survival and home defense firearm. With a plug I will use it for bird hunting and deer. What more can one ask? more

    January 9, 2017
    Shotgun Sam
  • 20

    I have owned every brand of shot gun made and Mossberg is a notch above the competition hands down .Quality , affordability and all around functionality are way above the rest !

    December 6, 2016
    Sonny7491
  • 100

    The new 590A1 marinecoat is fantastic. I shot 4" groups with Brenneke slugs at 100yds. it was $250 less than the Remington 870. It has a "heavy" barrel and points fast and carries well.

    September 13, 2016
    Old 12 Guage
  • 100

    I am getting ready to buy my second one. They stand up to incredible abuse and are very, very accurate for a smoothbore and it is several hundred dollars cheaper than a Remington 870. As a SHTF weapon, it can't be beat w...ith slugs or OO buck. You can't go wrong. more

    May 20, 2016
    Old 12 Guage
  • 100

    The Mossberg 590a1 is the best shotgun hands down. Some will argue the Remington 870 is better and that is just a matter of opinion/preference. However, I will chose a Mossberg solely on the placement of controls such as... the safety, slide-release, and the open loading chamber alone. Either way both guns are great and will do what you need them to. The marine cote finish on this particular rifle is needed for me considering I live on the coast and I do plan on taking this with me on my boat. I however would disagree on this gun being pricy. You can find this gun new for $520-$540 at Buds Gun Shop online. If you wanted a less expensive gun you can get a 500 or 590 mariner for even less $460-$475. For a reliable weapon like the even at $620 the Mossberg it's a steal. Most gun shops and sporting good stores are selling this gun for a retail price of $699. At that price I would just walk away considering you can find it at least $100 cheaper. But if I couldn't find this gun any cheaper I would still consider this gun a great purchase and a good investment. The Mossberg 590a1 Mariner will last and preform when and where you need it to. more

    June 5, 2014
    Mike Granato
  • 80

    I've had this for a year now, and in that time can't begin to count the number of boxes of 00 and slugs I've put through it. 18.5" Cylinder bore (no chokes here folks) is very accurate for its length, and it literally do...esn't care WHAT I put in it. I could probably load my own shells with broken glass and moth balls and it would just keep bangin. The barrel on the A1's are heavy duty, heavy enough that were you to run your mag dry, you don't necessarily need a side arm to go to, just pull the barrel and use it as a club. Metal trigger guard is also very high quality, as is the metal tang safety. Being a slightly heavier gun, recoil is supremely manageable, regardless of the round. Being chambered for 2 3/4" and 3", I have no problem shooting 3" slug or magnum buck. I take this out in the woods with me, I don't baby any of my gear, it just performs. Marinecote finish has stood up very well in the 1 year I've owned it, of course the next 20 will be the determining factor there. All in all, I'd have to say if you can find it cheaper than I did (I paid $620 for this sucker, YAK! You can probably find it cheaper...) pick one up. I honestly prefer it to any 870 out there. It's the best HD piece going imo, and you can take it out on the boat too. more

    February 8, 2012
    Jeffrey
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