Mossberg has a reputation for providing affordable, family-friendly .22 semi-auto rifles. This year the company will be launching the new lightweight, polymer-receiver Blaze rimfire line. Fitted with a 16.5-inch barrel, polymer stock and a choice of easy loading 10 or 25-round magazines, this American-made rifle will weigh in at just 3.66 pounds. Sight options will include adjustable rifle sights, a barrel-mounted rail, or a scoped combo package featuring Dead Ringer's Monteria Green Dot sight. The Blaze will be available in four finishes, including the new Wild Fire camouflage pattern (shown). For more, visit Mossberg.com.
Mossberg Blaze .22 Rimfire Rifles
Lancaster County was the center of longrifle manufacturing for several decades and as such, offered employment for a great number of workers and saw the rise of great names in riflemaking. No real assemblage of early American firearms is complete without Lancaster-made rifles.