Mossberg MVP FLEX Rifle

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posted on January 16, 2013
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The Mossberg MVP FLEX series is known for giving people the ability to switch out stocks without any tools. What makes the MVP unique is that it is a bolt action rifle, but it accepts AR-style magazines. You can add after-market 10, 30 or larger capacity magazines. Another feature is the threaded barrel, allowing suppressors to be attached. The MVP FLEX Rifle has an 18.5-inch Fluted Medium Bull Barrel, and the threaded barrel comes with an A2 Flash Suppressor. Other features include an LBA Adjustable Trigger, and a FLEX 6-Position Adjustable Tactical Stock.

For more from Mossberg, visit Mossberg.com.

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