Mossberg Firearms was founded in 1919 by Oscar Mossberg and his sons Iver and Harold. The company is managed today by Alan Mossberg.
The first product of Mossberg Firearms was a .22 caliber pocket pistol. Mossberg began manufacturing rifles in 1922, but what Mossberg is really known for are their shotguns.
Mossberg manufacturers high-quality low-priced autoloading and pump shotguns. In addition, Mossberg also manufactures Maverick shotguns, which represent an even greater value for the shtgun buyer.
Articles on Mossberg Firearms
The shooting industry is destined to be hearing more about the Connecticut-based O.F. Mossberg firearms combine — a lot more and in the very near future now that it is putting plants on line at Torreon, Mexico and at Eagle Pass, Texas.
The Maverick got its start when the people at Mossberg learned that a startling number of foreign nations were planning to enter the U.S. market with low-priced slide actions, and they decided to do something about it before that end of the stateside gun market fell to outside sources the way the auto market has been impacted. Mossberg has always thought of this as their specialty, and the Maverick pumpgun is said company’s way of defending its home turf.
“Our competition today is not limited to U.S.R.A.C. shotguns or Remington shotguns or imported shotguns. Our competition is the Marlin .30-30, the Model 99 Winchester and any other short range rifles.
Articles on Mossberg Shotguns
What are the three reasons customers buy guns? To hunt, to target shoot, and to defend themselves. Of the three, the trickiest to sell is a self-defense customer. Hunters know when and where they want to hunt, plinkers and competitors know how much fun target shooting is, but no one wants to use a gun to shoot another person. Convincing a customer to buy a gun they may never use can be difficult at best.
Articles on Mossberg Rifles
New to the Mossberg line this year is the All Terrain Rifle (ATR). These rifles have MSRP’s that range from $382-$425. It is my understanding that the world’s largest retailer is selling this rifle for around $300. Top this blaster off with decent optics, sling, and ammo and you have a good hunting set-up for under $600, for that matter under $500. Looks like Mossberg has a receipe for success.
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Books on Mossberg Firearms
Here is a comprehensive look at America’s favorite shotgun line as presented by the acclaimed firearms author, Duncan Long. This book contains a brief history of the company and it’s founder, full coverage of the pump and semiautomatic shotguns, rare products and a care and maintenance section. Long also includes a chapter on accessorizing the Mossberg which is sure to please the most discriminating shooter
This is possibly the most comprehensive book written covering virtually every aspect of slug shooting. It is required reading for hunters who want the best performance from their slugs guns. Diagrams and charts compare many ammunition comparisons.
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