Posts Tagged ‘Mossberg’

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Range Report: Mossberg MVP — A Great Rifle!

The Mossberg MVP is a light rifle with a fluted barrel, flat-bottom forend, smooth bolt action and generous magazine capacity. It’s designed as a sporting rifle for popping varmints, crows, predators and other types of small game. It’s related to the Mossberg Patrol rifle, a similar bolt action designed for law enforcement. The MVP isn’t supplied with iron sights, having instead a Weaver-type rail for mounting an optic.

Holographic sight used by a cross-eye dominant shooter.

Top 10 Gun Posts

A few individual firearms encompassing three of the four major mechanical classifications—shotguns, rifles, and pistols—have generated intense interest among Shooter’s Log readers. To whet that appetite for knowledge, here are the top 10 articles in which we’ve reviewed a specific firearm model that the Chronicle community wants to know more about.

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SHOT 2014 — Mossberg Duck Commander Shotguns and Rifles

For those of you who don’t know, Duck Commander is the name of the company owned by the famed Robertson family of A&E’s entertaining hit “reality” show, Duck Dynasty. For those of you only familiar with the names Duck Commander and Buck Commander—hey! Did you know that those guys got really, really famous? Willie, Phil, Jase and Co. were known to sport Benelli shotguns, but just recently, they have partnered with Mossberg to release a series of co-branded firearms.

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Top 10 Shotgun Posts as of May 4, 2013

Shotguns may not have the glamour of highly accessorized platforms such as the AR-15, AK family, and semi-auto pistols, but Chronicle readers know that a good scattergun can do a lot of jobs, from defending the home to putting doves on the grill. Here are the top-10 Shooter’s Log articles covering shotguns in their various forms and functions: