Mossberg is offering five new models in their MVP line. Calibers include 5.56mm and 300 AAC Blackout.
Barrels are 16.25″ long, medium bull contour, A2 flash hiders are installed. The Trigger is the Mossberg LAB adjustable type. This handy package is popular with anybody who hunts in a brushy or timbered area that makes a long barrel a pain to maneuver.
Ranch hands and farmers will be attracted to the convenience provided by the compact size. That coupled with the AR magazines make this a rugged work horse of a rifle.
Mossberg is also offering six new variations on this rifle in their “MVP Flex” rifles. Lots to choose from.
Pictured is the Mossberg MVP Predator
Mossberg’s newest offering in the MVP series is called the Patrol Rifle. It features a black textured stock, iron sights, a picatinny rail , spiral fluted bolt, and a bull barrel. The muzzle is threaded for an A2 flash suppressor with a length of 16.25″.
Chambered for the 223 Remington, this carbine uses AR-15 magazines and from the factory comes with a 10 round magazine. The trigger is an LBA adjustable. This is a rugged rifle that will be useful to ranchers and outdoorsmen as well as to law enforcement.
Mossberg claims this is the first bolt action rifle designed to utilize AR style magazines.
Chambered in 5.56mm NATO (.223 Rem) Weaver-style basesCombo package includes a pre-mounted and bore-sighted 4-16x50mm variable riflescope, bi-pod and 10-round magazine 24”, button rifled, medium-bull barrel with a 1:9 rate of twist. and an 11 degree varmint crown finishes the barrel off. A benchrest style stock with a down turned pistol grip. The trigger is fully adjustable from 2 to 7 lbs. A nice touch is the spiral fluted bolt standard from the factory.
These rifles could easily be converted to use any cartridge that will fit in the AR Magazine, most notable, the 6.8 SPC, and the 204 Ruger. MSRP for the rifle is about $650. Add $100 for the scope package.
This new rifle is already featured on the Mossberg web site.