Found this image in a Facebook Group about FNH SCARS. The post did not have any information other than some jokes about it.

The firearm looks like a Mossberg 702 Plinkster with a tree branch whittled out to accept the Plinkster receiver. With the vertical sticks as a vertical grip and pistol grip, I can only extrapolate that this was done for a laugh. However it looks like it could be a feasible stock for a .22LR rifle.



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  • USMC03Vet

    I see we’ve gone from POTD of guns in trees to POTD of trees as guns.

    Touche, TFB.

    • Grindstone50k

      Technically, it is a gun in a tree. Just literally IN a tree.

  • Kelly Jackson

    Still better than the wood that comes on most Mossbergs.

    • Flintshooter

      That is funny.

  • Vitsaus

    Looks like Mossberg is trying to improve their quality.

    • Ben

      What’s your beef with Mossberg?

      • Vitsuas

        I’ve never owned one of their guns, I’m just still bitter about all the paperwork I had to do sending them back for warranty stuff when I was working for an FFL.

        • Joshua

          I’ve seen a lot more Remingtons go for warranty than Mossbergs

      • Mustascheo

        Some Mossbergs just look like they didn’t put ANY thought or work into them. Such as one of their “tactical” .22s that’s just two plastic clam shells vaguely resembling a tactical platform sandwiched over a standard .22 receiver and barrel assembly. No better than a Hi-Point IMO. Actually a Hi-Point is probably better engineered…..

  • M.M.D.C.

    That thing fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down.

  • Tassiebush

    Well I guess it blends in well…I’m gonna admit I actually like it!

  • sam

    Oh my heavens, I don’t think fingerprints could be lifted from that. It’s evil!

  • trjnsd

    I wanna see “A Cartridge in a Bare Tree” next Christmas….

  • Pranqster

    looks “off roster ” to me

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