Whats new from MOssberg
New from Mossberg this year is a compact pistol, their MC2c. With a 13 and 15 round magazine capacity, these pleasing pistols shot very well at range day. MSRP is right around $490, and tritium sighted or manual safety models are also available. Weight is 21oz, with a 3.9″ barrel. Available finishes are black or two-tone. Check out TFBTV’s review of the pistol here.Next up is a new rifle for Mossberg, their Patriot LR Hunter. Featuring a fluted and threaded barrel, aluminum pillar bedding, a tunable trigger, and a flat bottom bench rest type fore-end, this rifle is chambered in .308, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, and .300 win. mag. MSRP is $721.
The 940 JM Pro and other New Shotguns
First up is a few .410s optimized for turkey hunting. The SA-410 Turkey features a ghost ring fibre optic rear sight mounted to the vent rib, as well as a Mossy Oak Bottomland camo finish. MSRP is $735 and weight is 6.5lbs. The pump action 500 Turkey in .410 also weighs 6.5lbs and has an MSRP of $500. Mossberg suggests pairing these .410’s with Federal Heavyweight TSS loads for optimum turkey hunting performance from a .410.The biggest new shotgun release for Mossberg is the 940 JM Pro gas operated shotgun. Designed with input from Jerry Miculek and chambered in 12 gauge with a 9+1 capacity, these gas operated shotguns were a hoot to shoot at Industry Day. Pulling the trigger as fast as I could (Though not “Jerry” fast), I was able to keep all 10 shots on an “Evil Roy” type silhouette at 35 yards. The 940 JM Pro shotguns are available in an eye catching Black Multicam finish or a black, grey and gold finish. MSRP on the new JM Pro is $1015. Mossberg has this to day about the new shotgun:
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These 940 JM Pro autoloaders were built to compete and win. Inside, you will find a new durable gas system that allows for up to 1500 rounds between cleaning, nickel boron-coated internal parts for smooth operation, and a competition-level loading port, elevator, and follower. Outside, an adjustable stock and streamlined forend sport Mossberg signature texturing, while a host of stylized, functional components combine for competition— to optimize speed, accuracy, and durability.