As the battle of the budget deer rifles rages on, Mossberg is quietly cranking out their Patriot line of USA-Made, fully-featured whitetail slayers.
Mossberg just announced a new backpack gadget that’s hopefully easier to use than to say: the Pak-Rat Quick-clip, made to keep shoulder-borne paraphernalia in place.
Connecticut gun maker O.F. Mossberg & Sons sued 12 separate companies last week over alleged infringements of a patented trigger design.
While US turkey hunters carry pumps, semi-autos, and single shots more often, I share with many others an unlikely love of O/U’s for spring gobblers.
Two well-known gunmakers joined others at an annual smart gun symposium in San Francisco, hoping to spur interest in the technology.
The Patriot bolt-action rifle series is getting Kryptec’s Highlander camo pattern on five of their most popular models of Patriot rifle at a nice low price.
The Mossberg 500 is the best multi-purpose shotgun for those of us who can’t afford to spend a lot of money, but still want a reliable, name brand gun for hunting and defensive situations. Period.
If you’ve always wanted a fun shooting AK-47, but felt your money would be better spent elsewhere, Mossberg has an American made AK chambered in .22 LR at a much lower price. It also happens to be a blast to shoot.
The idea is straightforward: take a Mossberg 500 — or 590 or Maverick 88 — shotgun, and replace the tube with a 10-round box or drum magazine.
The Blaze 47, a more militaristic version comes in two varieties – a classic wood-stocked model and a synthetic version that features an adjustable M4-style stock.