Mossberg Introduces MVP Patrol Rifle

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posted on January 14, 2013
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Mossberg introduced five new MVP Patrol Rifles. The bolt-action rifles include a patent-pending drop-push bolt design that accepts and feeds from standard AR-style magazines. All models include 16.5-inch medium bull barrels with an 11-degree tapered crown and are also available threaded with an A2-style flash suppressor/thread cap. The rifles feature Mossberg's patented LBA Adjustable Trigger, a distinctive spiral fluted bolt, receiver-mounted Picatinny rail and a 10-round magazine.

Two scoped combos include a 3-9x32 mm riflescope with an illuminated reticle and come with a neoprene comb-raising kit with foam inserts.
Here are the five models available now:
MVP Patrol Rifle 5.56 NATO
16.5-inch medium bull barrel, LBA Adjustable Trigger, fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight

MVP Patrol Rifle 5.56 NATO16.5-inch medium bull barrel, threaded muzzle with an A2-style flash suppressor, LBA Adjustable Trigger, fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight

MVP Patrol Scoped Combo 5.56 NATO16.5-inch medium bull barrel, threaded muzzle with an A2-style flash suppressor, LBA Adjustable Trigger, fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight, 3-9x32 mm scopewith illuminated reticle, Neoprene comb-raising kit with foam inserts

MVP Patrol Rifle .300 AAC Blackout
16.5-inch medium bull barrel, threaded muzzle with an A2-style flash suppressor, LBA Adjustable Trigger, fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight

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