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Mossberg FLEX Shotgun

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Mossberg Flex System

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Gunblast Review Mossberg 930 SPX

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Mossberg Introduces 500 Thunder Ranch Shotgun

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Mossberg® Introduces 500® Thunder Ranch® Shotgun
Designed In Conjunction with Renowned Personal Defense Instructor, Clint Smith

North Haven, CT – For decades, the legendary Mossberg 500 pump-action shotgun has been selected by the military, law enforcement agencies and civilians worldwide for its rock-solid durability and superior reliability; simply known as a tool that you can count on. A similar tenet is expressed by Marine Corps veteran and former SWAT team member, Clint Smith, who serves as President and Director of Thunder Ranch training facility in Lakeview, Oregon. When discussing the school’s doctrines, Smith emphasized, “We provide our students with functional and logical defensive tools that they can confidently use.”  The newly-introduced, well-designed 500 Thunder Ranch shotgun is the culmination of Smith’s life experiences and Mossberg’s dedication to build dependable and innovative firearms.
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Mossberg Introduces AR Variants

Introducing the Mossberg Modern Rifle (MMR™)
MMR Hunter and MMR Tactical Rifles Bring Mossberg into AR World
 
North Haven, CT – Though referred to as the “modern rifle”, the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle has been deployed with military personnel and law enforcement agencies for decades; and more recently, this very adaptable and versatile platform has become popular with recreational shooters and hunters alike.  Mossberg is pleased to offer MMR Hunter rifles with advanced features specifically-designed for the avid hunter and a line of MMR Tactical rifles configured with the components most highly desired by competitive shooters and tactical operators. The initial offerings of the MMR Hunter and MMR Tactical rifles will be chambered in 5.56mm NATO (.223 Rem).
 
All MMR rifles feature a traditional direct-impingement gas system for reliable, smooth operation; free-floating, button-rifled, carbon steel barrels with 1:9 twist rates for increased accuracy in this standard military chambering; single stage triggers; and black phosphate/anodized metal finishes for enhanced durability. An oversized trigger guard allows for use with gloves. For a more positive grip and less shooter fatigue, these value-packed rifles feature Stark® Ergo Pistol Grips with a convenient battery storage compartment. To further enhance operation of the MMR rifles, the charging handle is oversized for quick and effective engagement by right or left-handed shooters and the forward assist has been removed.
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“Combat Shotgun Shootout:” by nutnfancy, part 3, Mossberg 590

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“Combat Shotgun Shootout:” by nutnfancy, part 4, Mossberg 590A1

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Remington 870 or Mossberg 590? Which shotgun is best for you?

If you surf around gun forums you’ll see that “discussions” about “the best” shotgun can get pretty emotional. It’s like guys arguing about Fords or Chevys; not always objective.

Here’s a collection of observations by shotgun users that I found helpful, not just guys ranting, but helpful information that may make your decision a bit easier.

As always, understand this is opinion and anecdotal information, bear that in mind. We’re not making any claims on accuracy of info, just passing along some discussion.

(spelling and text formatting kept as it was on the forums)

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Mossberg’s New AR style 22LR

Mossberg is joining S&W and others in the AR style .22  rimfire market with the introduction of thier Tactical .22.

Mossberg Tactical 22

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Introducing the Tactical .22 Autoloading Rimfires by Mossberg International

North Haven, CT – Mossberg International introduces the Tactical .22–an alternative firearm for those shooters and enthusiasts who want the look and feel of an AR-style .22 rimfire with an affordable price. With the rising costs of centerfire ammunition, the new Tactical .22 rimfires are a great choice for recreational shooters, as well as those searching for a cost-effective training platform.

The lightweight and fast-handling Tactical .22 parallels the look and feel of today’s AR-style rifle while being built around Mossberg International’s reliable .22 autoloader. Taking cues from their proven 702 autoloader, the Tactical .22 matches an 18” barrel to a quad rail forend allowing the operator to fit the rifle with lights, lasers or other tactical accessories. Two stock configurations will be offered in this series: a six-position adjustable and fixed stock. The six-position polymer stock adjusts the length of pull from 10-3/4” – 14.5” accommodating youth and smaller framed shooters up to adults. The fixed position stock has a standard 13” LOP. The Tactical .22 is integrated with an A2-style carry handle and an adjustable rear sight aligned with a front post sight. The Picatinny handle mount is included, allowing versatility in scopes and other optics while providing the clearance necessary to utilize the AR-style sights. Other features included with the Tactical .22 are sling mounts and a ten round magazine.

MSRP: $276

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Home Defense Weapon – Mossberg 590A1

Home Defense weapon advice from an ex-U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Beret) enlisted soldier,  gleaned from his first-hand experience in the field;  then further modified to a civilian-friendly level.

His channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/AnalyticalSurvival

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Home Defense Shotguns: Mossberg 500

“There is a lot of bullshit out there in the home defense shotgun arena. A lot of money can be made in the plastic tactical whizbang market, and it leaves the newbie wondering if the shotgun itself is really a necessity if he has all that extra junk to throw at an attacker.

The truth is, a combat shotgun needs very little to be a devastatingly effective weapon, and they can be bought on the used market very cheaply. There is no reason for any home not to have one.

I’m going to dispense with the crap and keep things simple.”

http://xavierthoughts.blogspot.com/2005/09/home-defense-shotguns.html

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Mossberg 930 SPX

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Mossberg 500 Road Blocker

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