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CHEAPER THEN DIRT/ Mossberg AR 15

http://www.slickguns.com/product/mossberg-mmr-tactical-semi-automatic-ri... so is CTD that bad? Never knew moss made a AR? any one know any thing about this or the web site it's from? ...

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NEED HELP BAD...problem with mossberg .17hmr

i have a mossberg 817 international .17hmr....bolt wont stay locked in fire position(cocked). took bolt out and cleaned it, soaked in oil...still wont lock...ckecked trigger and all seems ...

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New Gun! Well, sort of!

Just got a Mossberg 500 Viking in a trade from a friend of mine. Gave up a Charter Arms .38 for it. Looking at accessories now. Nothing like a new gun, lol.

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Mossberg 500 SPX

Does anybody know if the Mossberg 500 SPX has the option of interchangable chokes? I would like to put a door breecher/tactical stand-off device on it. Thanks.

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Mag Extension for Mossburg 500

I have a mossberg 500 with an 18 inch barrel. I am looking for a mag extension but cant seem to find one. I would consider purchasing a longer barrel if I had too. I would appreciate any links to ...

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Want to say hey hello to all and what a truly hardcore site! Im a cross linear bastard so I use Shotties mostly but with lasers its an even playing field >:)

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Mossberg 590 A1 Gun Review

The Mossberg 590 A1 shotgun is based on the Mossberg 500 Shotgun which was first released in the early 70s. The 500 series of Mossberg Shotguns is very popular until today because of its easy to use form and quick reaction.

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A No Frills, Good Shotgun

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The Mossberg 500 is a shotgun manufactured by O.F. Mossberg & Sons. Rather than a single model, the 500 is really a series of widely varying hammerless, pump action repeaters, all of which share the same basic receiver and action, but differ in bore size, barrel length, choke options, magazine capacity, and "furniture" (stock and forearm) materials.

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The Mossberg 44B was a rifle built before the war. The 44B was the Framework for the 44US Which was actually made for the sole purpose of troop us. The 44B featured a deluxe, genuine walnut stock with long beaver tail and cheek piece

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The Maverick 88 is a simplified Mossberg 500 (synthetic forearm and stock, cylinder bore, cross-bolt safety). Accessories are generally compatible with Mossberg 500.

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Mossberg is one of the oldest gun manufacturing companies in the US. The company was established in 1919 by Oscar F. Mossberg, an immigrant from Sweden. He is a known inventor and with his skills, he successfully established a business as a gun manufacturer. He started his business by producing Brownie - a simple pistol with a firing 4-shot firing ability. It’s a very simple gun but currently one of the most sought after pistols of collectors.

The company slowly expanded their operations in 1922. This was the year the company released its first rifle. Called Model K, it was a .22 caliber rifle which is also a collector’s item. During that time, the company is not well invested yet for military guns. But that changed during WWII. The demand for firearms prompted the company to dedicate their entire resources for the military. After the war the company slowly shifted from military to producing civilian guns. By 1967, the company is 20% for military and 80% for civilians. The company continues to produce firearms today for both the military and civilians. It is currently under the leadership of fourth generation Mossberg.

Mossberg 500

A very successful series of shotguns, the Mossberg 500 comes in a great variety of forms aimed for military and civilian purposes. It’s a series of short range rifles measures from 14 to 28 inches in barrel length. The smallest Mossberg 500 version is the 590 Compact and the longest are customized barrels for Mossberg 500 shotguns.

The shotgun comes in three calibers: .410 bore, 12 and 20-gauge. The internal tube of Mossberg has the maximum capacity of eight rounds. There are also accessories available specifically for the Mossberg 500 to improve performance as well as customization.

Mossberg 500 could also be used as a launcher using a blank shotgun bullet. It could be launched as far as 100meter and could be integrated with a small rope for retrieval.

Mossberg Rifles

The Mossberg rifles are well known for their simplicity and the ability to handle recoil. Instead of parts that could be separated, some parts of rifles are integrated so that they could be easily handled. The cylinder, vent-system and piston are attached together during factory manufacturing. The recoil could be handled as the barrel is attached during factory production. You should be able to handle the fire and prepare for second shot faster.

Magazine reloading is also very easy as it uses button to release the magazine. There are also available barrels for different purposes for sports, hunting and the military. Like most Mossberg guns, the buttstock is made of wood which eases handling.

ATR Night Trains

ATR night trains are rifles with precisions scopes also produced by Mossberg. The rifle is integrated with scopes specifically built for different users. They also come with foldable bi-pod with slings that could handle the relatively heavy rifle. The high powered lens also comes with a lens protector. ATR Night Trains have the power of Mossberg rifles with a good scoping ability.

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