Mossberg Firearms

 

Nowadays, when you hear the word “shotgun,” it is very likely that you will think of Mossberg. This is likely due to the fact that Mossberg, officially known as O.F. Mossberg & Sons, has been in the business of producing high-quality firearms since 1919. Interestingly enough, the company began by manufacturing the Mossberg Brownie – a four-barreled handgun chambered in .22LR. Mossberg has since branched out into the world of shotguns, rifles, scopes and accessories. The rest is, well, history.

 

You may be pleased to hear that Keepshooting.com is now an official Mossberg stocking dealer in Maryland, which means a few different things for our customers. Most importantly, it means that we have committed to carrying a number of firearms from the Mossberg product line. As you may know, Mossberg’s line consists of well over 100 firearms. We have researched everything they have to offer and have selected 30 of their finest shotguns and rifles, all of which will soon be stocked and ready to order. It also means that we will get excellent pricing on all of the Mossberg firearms we have decided to carry. Excellent pricing for us means excellent prices for you.

 

Today, Mossberg is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America. They have earned a reputable name for themselves in the industry with lines like the 500 series. Speaking of the 500 series, you may be interested in the Mossberg 500 50th anniversary shotgun. And preppers may appreciate the Mossberg 500 JIC shotgun – a survival shotgun that is encased in a watertight tube that also includes a survival kit. But our selection does not end with shotguns. We also carry the Mossberg 100 ATR rifle – a bolt-action rifle with Mossberg’s patented “Lightning Bolt Action” adjustable trigger system. As you can see, we have already begun our huge rollout of Mossberg products. If you cannot seem to find what you like, keep checking back because many more will be available soon.

 
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