Mossberg’s New Patriot LR (Long Range) Tactical Rifle — SHOT Show 2023

Available in 6.5 PRC, 6.5 Creedmoor or 308 Win

Introducing the newest addition to the Mossberg family: the Patriot LR (Long Range) Tactical bolt-action rifle. Designed to elevate your long-range performance and accuracy, this rifle boasts a host of features to take your shooting to the next level.

Fluted Bolt

Housed in a customizable and adjustable MDT Field Stock chassis system, the Patriot LR Tactical is fed from a metal AICS-style detachable magazine, offering a 7-round or 10-round capacity, and is compatible with aftermarket AICS-style mags (caliber-specific).

It features a twin-lug push-feed machined-steel action with a medium bull, carbon steel barrel featuring an 11-degree match crown and matte blue finish.

The barrel is also threaded (5/8”-24 threads per inch) for ease of adding a suppressor and includes a protective thread cap. The factory-installed 20 MOA Picatinny rail provides for added elevation adjustment with most optics.

Adjustable cheeckrest

The Patriot LR Tactical is available in three popular chamberings: 6.5mm Creedmoor and .308 Win with a 22-inch barrel length and 6.5 PRC with a 24-inch barrel.

It also features Mossberg’s patented LBA (Lightning Bolt Action) user-adjustable trigger with a 2 to a 7-pound range of adjustment, an oversized, easy-grip bolt handle, and a smooth-cycling fluted bolt.

7 or 10 round capacity with AICS-style Magazine

Patriot LR Tactical

  • Available in three popular long-range calibers
  • New design MDT® stock is adjustable for LOP (.75″) and Cheekrest height (2″), features a contrasting checkered grip and M-LOK attachment slots
  • Aluminum V-Block bedding for barrel stability
  • Medium Bull/Threaded 22″ or 24″ barrels
  • Top-mounted 20 MOA Picatinny Rail
  • AICS-style magazine
  • Standard Patriot features include drop box magazine, spiral fluted bolt, patented LBA user-adjustable trigger (2-7 lbs), and an oversized bolt handle
Top-mounted 20 MOA Picatinny rail

The MDT Field Stock chassis system boasts V-Block aluminum bedding for stability on long-range shots, a Magpul M-LOK-compatible forend with slots at the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions for accessory customization, and a buttstock that is adjustable for length-of-pull (LOP) from 13.5 – 14.25 inches with the use of spacers (three .75-inch spacers included).

The comb height is also adjustable, up to 2 inches, with the tension knob. The trigger guard is oversized and equipped with an integrated magazine release lever located forward of the trigger guard. The ergonomic, straight-wrist grip with texturing, front and rear sling swivel studs, and flat dark earth finish complete the design of this functional stock.

When extending your down-range performance and accuracy is your goal, the Patriot LR Tactical rifle delivers functionality, precision, and consistency—shot after shot. Get your hands on this powerful and precise rifle now and elevate your shooting game!

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About the author: Crysta Jane is an avid concealed carry expert, outdoorswoman, and hunter. She loves all things shooting and guns but still makes time for her dogs and horses.

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  • alan January 25, 2023, 5:54 pm

    7mm prc would have been a better choice than 6.5prc.

  • Heavyguns31 January 21, 2023, 7:25 am

    I recently bought the really lightweight model in 300 WM, just a standard patriot. I really like it for 4 shots, then that fluted pencil barrel is too warm to stack a 5th or 6th shot at 600 yards I generally shoot. It is what it is…but for 4 shots the Mossy will hang with my 2 best Savage heavy barrels in 300 WM. So let’s see this baby in 300 WM and I’m on board. Looks nice, thanks.

  • jerry January 20, 2023, 4:59 pm

    Nice rifle! However, I’m still waiting for a more compact .308 (AICS or AR/LR or M1A style magazine fed) that will make a handy trunk gun when travelling through AR hating parts of (what once was) the U.S. My Light barreled M700 in a MagPul “Hunter” stock weighs a ton (at 9 lb. what “hunter” would want that?). My Mossberg Patriot with med/heavy bbl is almost as heavy. BTW you don’t need a heavy barrel to make a rifle accurate, right? I’m thinking I will re-stock that Remington and rebarrel the Mossberg. Still, that Patriot LR Tactical IS a nice gun.

  • Charles A Millo January 20, 2023, 8:04 am

    Have a msrp

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