Shop Guns.com for a large selection of Mossberg rifles for sale online. Our new and used inventory features bolt-action, lever-action, and semi-automatic rifles. These categories cover a wide range of applications, from hunting and competition to home defense and recreation, as well as everything in between.
Our inventory includes models like the Mossberg 464, MMR, MVP, and Patriot series.
For more than 100 years, Mossberg has produced high-quality firearms at affordable prices. Guns.com brings these products to consumers with an easy-to-use website and experienced staff ready to assist with any need. All part of our commitment to making your gun buying and ownership experience the best it can be.
O.F. Mossberg and Sons, Inc. is an American firearms manufacturer based in North Haven, Connecticut, with a large production facility in Eagle Pass, Texas. Although they recently introduced a semi-automatic handgun, the company is most well-known for their rifles and shotguns.
The company was started in 1919 by Oscar Frederick Mossberg and his two sons, Iver and Harold. Within two years, the business had outgrown the trio’s small rented space and needed to expand, and within a decade, they had three manufacturing facilities. Today, Harold Mossberg still runs the company, which remains America’s oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer.
Oscar Mossberg believed in making well-built firearms with simple designs that could easily be afforded by the average consumer. Today, the company holds that same principle while continually seeking to update and improve their products.
Available in lever-action, bolt-action, and semi-auto, Mossberg currently manufactures over two dozen different rifles, most with an array of variants with different options, features, and finishes.
Guns.com offers many new and used Mossberg rifles for sale, including the 464, Blaze, MMR, MVP, and Patriot.
The Mossberg 464 couples classic western style with modern touches, and is available in rimfire and centerfire models. This lever-action rifle comes with a walnut or synthetic stock, drilled and tapped precision-machined receiver, and barrels in 18” or 20”.
The Blaze is an autoloading rimfire rifle with polymer construction for a lightweight feel. Rugged and easy to handle, it is chambered in 22 LR and perfect for plinking. The Blaze features a 16.5” barrel and adjustable sights.
Made in multiple variants, the Mossberg MMR is an AR-style semi-automatic rifle with a direct-impingement gas system. Features include a free-floating barrel and Magpul MOE grip. Some models offer an adjustable stock.
The MVP is an AR-magazine fed bolt-action rifle that delivers accuracy and dependability. Favored by a wide range of hunters and shooting enthusiasts, the MVP is available in more than half a dozen different variants. Some models come with a picatinny rail for easy mounting of optics and other accessories. The MVP also boasts a user-adjustable trigger.
Attractive, accurate, and affordable, the Patriot is a bolt-action rifle made in several different variants. It is available with a walnut or synthetic stock and offers a 22” free-floated and fluted barrel with recessed crown and an ergonomic bolt angle. Other features include an adjustable trigger. The Patriot is also available in a youth model.
The 702 Plinkster can be purchased new for just over $100, while the Mossberg MMR Pro sells for about $1,000, with plenty of options at every price point in between.
The Blaze is listed for about $200, or less, while the Mossberg 464 stands in the $300 to $400 range. The MVP comes in several variants and is listed for around $400 to $700, depending on the model and options available. The Patriot starts at about $300 with the price increasing with added options, while the Patriot Youth model sells for right at $300.
We offer new and used Mossberg rifles for sale in a range of affordable options.
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