NRA Gun of the Week: Mossberg MVP LR Tactical Bolt-Action Rifle

The Mossberg Varmint and Predator (MVP) LR Tactical is built around a solid, bolt-action receiver that accepts SR25 and M1/M14 detachable magazines. The threaded 20” medium contour bull barrel, iron sights and patrol-style stock give the gun its inherent tactical styling and capabilities. A simple, one-button adjustable cheekpiece riser on the painted and textured stock is the standout feature on this model. Chambered for 7.62x51 NATO, the Mossberg MVP LR Tactical is a purpose-built rifle and is at home in the field, on the range or on patrol. Watch more in this latest NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach.

Model: MVP LR Tactical
Manufacturer: O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.
Chambering: 7.62x51 mm NATO (.308 Win.)
Action Type: bolt-action, center-fire rifle
Receiver: matte-black carbon steel
Barrel: 16.25”, medium bull contour, threaded 5/8-24
Rifling: six-groove, 1:10” RH twist
Magazine: detachable box; 10-round capacity
Sights: Williams adjustable open sights, Picatinny rail
Trigger: Lightning Bolt Action adjustable; 2-lb., 8-oz. pull
Stock: pillar-bedded wood with green, textured paint and adjustable-comb,
Overall Length: 35.75”
Weight: 7 lbs., 8 ozs.
MSRP: $945



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