In case you’re unfamiliar with Mossberg, they’re known for their rugged and reliable shotguns and rifles. Get details on two of our favorite models below.
Originally used as a hunting rifle, the field-proven Mossberg Varmint and Predator Rifle (MVP) is an accurate, dependable gun for all seasons and all shooting disciplines. The rifle accepts readily available AR-style magazines and is extremely popular among hunters and shooting enthusiasts.
Featuring a black-textured stock finish, the rifle measures 37.5-inches long and weighs in at 7.5 pounds. It has a matte blued barrel finish, and the barrel measures 16.25 inches. The MVP couples the capacity and flexibility of America’s most popular magazines with the accuracy and confidence that only a bolt-action rifle can deliver, contributing to why it has become a near-perfect choice for every day at home, on the range, or in the field.
The 12-guage MilSpec-qualified model M590A1 is a top selection of the U.S. Armed Forces, due to its status as the only pump shotgun to pass MilSpec 3443E.
Known for its legendary, rugged dependability, the shotgun measures 39.5-inches long, and its heavy-walled barrel measures 18.5 inches. Weighing in at 7 pounds, the shotgun features a parkerized metal finish and a 5 + 1 capacity.