Mossberg Unveils New Duck Commander Firearms Series

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posted on January 6, 2014
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O.F. Mossberg & Sons announced last year that it had partnered with Duck Commander for a line of waterfowl hunting firearms. The series is set to include eight shotguns, two rifles and a pistol chambered in .22 LR. They come with Max-5 camo by Realtree and are branded with the Duck Commander logo. The firearms will also feature a commemorative American flag bandana, similar to the one worn by Willie Robertson on Duck Dynasty.

The shotguns in the series are:

• Mossberg 500

• Mossberg 535 ATS

• Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag

• Mossberg FLEX 500

• Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag with Recoil Reduction

• Mossberg 930

• Mossberg 935 Magnum

• Mossberg Int’l SA20

• Mossberg 500 Super Bantam

As for the .22 pistol, the Mossberg 715P pistol has a 26-round capacity and weighs in at about 3.5 pounds. It features a full-length top rail, red-dot sight, short vented quad-rail for-end and an A2-style muzzle break, retailing at $447. The Mossberg International 715T rifle also has a 26-round capacity and includes a top rail, 16.25-inch barrel, adjustable sights and weighs 5.5 pounds, with a retail price of $509. The last offering is the Duck Commander version of Mossberg's International 702 Plinkster that features a free-floated barrel, adjustable sights and a scope-ready receiver. The 4-pound Plinkster holds 11 rounds and has an MSRP of $274.

The series is expected to be in stores soon, and you can see the teaser below.

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