Introducing the Mossberg L Series Left-Handed Shotguns



Mossberg was at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas to announce its new left-handed L Series shotguns to accommodate the needs of southpaw shooters. The left-handed series includes 15 mirror-image variations of the 500, 590 and 590A1 Special Purpose platforms that users can individually customize.

Instead of designing a single, specific left-handed scattergun, the L Series allows shooters to mix and match their choice of stock finishes and sight configurations across a variety of Mossberg's popular multi-purpose and specialty models (waterfowl, turkey and slug), including a youth and FLEX model.


The L Series will be available mid-year 2015 at prices comparable to their right-handed counterparts.

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