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The Mossberg Patriot Vortex Scoped Combo offers all of the favored features of the Patriot along with a Crossfire scope with Dead-Hold BDC reticle with a hash mark design multicoated lenses and resettable MOA turrets. Standard features of this bolt-action rifle include a box magazine recessed crown on a fluted barrel spiral fluted bolt with streamlined bolt handle Weaver scope base and the patented LBA user-adjustable trigger system. Available in a number of larger calibers the Patriot Vortex Scoped Combo can be found with either a walnut or synthetic stock and forend.
Action Bolt Action - Caliber .243 Win - Capacity 5 - Barrel 22 Fluted - Scope Vortex Crossfire II - 3-9x40mm - Stock Walnut - Lenth of Pull 13.75 - Length 42.75 - Weight 8 lbs - The Mossberg Patriot Rifle Vortex Scoped Combos include - Patented Lightning Bolt Action Trigge is user adjustable from 2 to 7 pounds - Button rifled 22 fluted barrels with recessed crowns ensure accuracy and durability - Spiral-fluted bolts with new bolt angle and knurl pattern ensure smooth comfortable and reliable cycling. - Dropbox Magazine for Convenient Loading and Unloading - Vortex Crossfire II 3-9X40 Riflescope - With long eye relief a fast-focus eyepiece fully multi-coated lenses and resettable MOA turrets theres no compromising on the Crossfire II. Clear tough and bright this riflescope hands other value-priced riflescopes their hat. The hard anodized single-piece aircraft-grade aluminum tube is nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed for waterprooffogproof performance. - Dead-Hold BDC Reticle - Customized hashmark design helps eliminate guesswork on holdover and windage corrections. Good for huntingshooting at varying ranges where estimating holdover is a concern.
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