Here is Mossberg International’s model 715P Duck Commander pistol. Manufacturer is Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos, CBC of Ribeirão Pires, Brazil, the company that brought us the fine little Nylon 66 copies in the 1980s. Importer and Warrantor is Mossberg International of North Haven, CT., and Eagle Pass, Texas. Type is blowback semi automatic pistol. Construction is steel barrel, bolt, trigger assembly, internal parts and screws built into a polymer frame. Chambering is .22 Long Rifle High Velocity. Barrel is 6 inch 1:16 six groove right hand rifling, with M16 cage type flash suppressor / muzzle brake. Barrel shroud is two piece, with 9 slot picatinny rail on top, and three more 7 slot rails laterally and on the lower side. Receiver cover has 15 slot picatinny upper. Sights are elevation adjustable M16 post front, and detachable windage adjustable aperture or peep rear. It comes with a 702 series 10 shot steel magazine, but with a 715T Rifle Magazine it will hold 26 rounds of .22 Long Rifle caliber ammunition, 26 + 1 fully loaded capacity. Magazine release is ambidextrous lever. Safety is non reversible, mounted forward of the trigger for right handed shooters. Bolt operating handle can be depressed to lock open. Bolt operates from the right side, similar to a Marlin model 60 rifle. Rear handle area on the upper receiver is cosmetic. Trigger is .225 smooth face, pulls at 5 pound vicinity with minimal felt creep but moderate to extensive overtravel. Finish is blued steel, with white steel bolt, black matte polymer furniture, and Realtree Max 5® housing finish. Note the Duck Commander logo on the right side magazine well area. Weight empty, with electronic sight, is 59 ounces, with center of gravity at the magazine release pivot. This Mossberg Pistol comes to us from Mossberg’s distribution channels. It is what we call a factory demo; it has probably served light duty with Mossberg’s sales force at trade shows and as a salesman’s sample. Surface detractions are minimal, principally a factory executed expansion of the serial number slot and the letter U stamped on the frame at that point. We rate it as Excellent, 90 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. If this pistol has been fired at all, it was fewer than 50 times. It comes in a relabeled factory box with protective papers, cable lock, new factory issue 10 shot 702 magazine, and instruction manual that contain’s Mossberg’s warranty statement. Replacement pricing on this pistol in our area is upwards of $500. We’re offering the 715P Duck Commander in the photos, however, for only $ 179.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of California, Chicago Cook County IL, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, or New York. Any ammunition or personnel in our photos are Not included. 25 Shot Magazine costs extra; add $29 each for any number of 25 round magazines, or add $20 to sub and we keep the 10 rounder.
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