Mossberg continues to expand its popular line of MVP bolt-action rifles with the addition of several models, including the new MVP Light Chassis (LC) rifles chambered in 5.56 mm NATO (223 Rem) or 7.62 mm NATO (308 Win). The MVP-LCs accept easy to find AR-15 and AR-10 standard magazines. The action is housed in a tan-finished light aluminum chassis stock designed by MDT. It provides a modular, ergonomic base engineered for accuracy with its V-shaped bedding and limited-contact recoil lug area. The free-float, medium bull barrel is threaded and arrives with a SilencerCo Saker muzzle brake attached. Both calibers of the MVP-LC will be available in Vortex-scoped combo packages. For more, visit Mossberg.com.
Mossberg Expands MVP Series of Rifles
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