This listing is for the exact rifle in the photos. Mossberg’s original 800 series rifles earned our respect in the 1970s. After a 40 year absence, Mossberg reentered the High Powered Rifle market with their ATR and 4x4 rifles in 2007. Here is Mossberg’s Night Train version of the ATR in .308. Manufacturer and warrantor is O.F. Mossberg of New Haven, CT, with facilities in Eagle Pass, TX. Type is bolt action high powered center fire rifle. Barrel is 22 inch Fluted medium matte blue finish, with 6 groove 1:10 button rifling and counterbore recessed muzzle. Receiver is matching short action, furnished with a one piece, 15 slot, 4 screw factory issue Weaver or Picatinny optics mount base. Scope is a factory issue Barksa 4x16 variable, 50mm Adjustable Objective front lens, Duplex Crosshairs, and 1/8 minute click target adjustments. Bolt is factory labeled steel body, with matte blue face assembly, handle, and cowl. Safety is forward type, very quiet, and mounted on the right side behind the bolt handle. Trigger is Mossberg’s LBA Lightning Bolt Action accu trigger, factory set on 3 pound vicinity and with minimal felt creep. Stock is strong but pliable graphite based military OD Green synthetic with checkered surfaces on the forend and pistol grip areas; integral sling swivel eyelets and QD Bipod Stud; and with Monte Carlo cheek piece. This rifle comes with a Harris type Winchester detachable, 9 inch to 15 inch adjustable alloy Bipod attached to its forend, with extension legs included. One piece stocks like this one with no magazine cut are considerably stronger than BDL type stocks. Magazine is internal, and holds 4 rounds of .308 Winchester caliber ammunition, 4+1 total capacity. Length of pull is 13 1/4 inches from the trigger face to the end of the 3/4 inch decelerator type factory recoil pad. Weight empty with Scope and Bipod is 8 pounds, with center of gravity 2 inches forward of the stock bolt. This specimen comes to us from Mossberg’s distribution system. It likely served as a showgirl with Mossberg’s reps and writers. We call it a factory demo. Surface detractions are minimal, really no more streaking and faint edge whitening than what one sees on many new display guns in stores. It comes in a relabeled factory box with lock and instruction manual that contains Mossberg’s warranty statement. If it has been fired at all, we estimate it was fewer than 50 to 100 times. No more than 1 in 5 of its mates left any green copper on our cleaning patches. We rate it as Excellent, 90 to 95 percent vicinity by our estimate, but its photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. Replacement pricing on this rifle in our area is upwards of $700. We’re offering the Mossberg ATR, Night Train Scoped .308 in the photos, however, for only $ 439.00. Add any number of 10 Box Lots Aguila .308 FMJBT 150 gr 10x$13.90 = $139.00, with no extra shipping charges. Any ammunition, extra magazines, or personnel in photos are Not included. Scope, rings and any bipods will ship dismounted inside the rifle box.
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