The Mossberg MVP
Ever since the Trench Magazine days of World War 1, detachable magazine bolt-action rifles have been a reality. Once restricted to military and police weapons, commercial manufacturers have in the past decade or so realized that your average shooter would like the capability to change out their ammunition via the common box magazine. Now Mossberg has taken the next step and produced a bolt-action .223-caliber rifle that accepts detachable magazines. The groovy thing is that they are not some proprietary box that will cost you $40 a pop for, because it uses AR-magazines. Mossberg calls it the MVP.
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