Dating mossberg rifles

17-Dec-2019 21:07

These sights were fitted, Post War, to many of those rifles which escaped return to the U. They wanted a receiver sight as the .22s were to duplicate the sighting setup on the No.4 rifle.

"The lead was right hand, and all were made with a twist of one revolution in 16". Made with four or five grooves."Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. Hammerless, takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine, holds (14)lr, (16)l, (20)s.

Exploded View, Parts List , General Instructions22 lr,l,s, 7-shot detachable box magazine.

Two-piece Mannlicher type stock with cheekpiece and pistol grip, swivels.

Walnut oil finished pistol grip target stock with cheek piece, 1.25" swivels, 4 position adjustable front swivel.

Plain pistol grip walnut stock, forearm with finger grooves made to NRA specifications.

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Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock with finger grooves made to NRA specifications, 7/8" sling and swivels. Local Defence Volunteer units ( latterly Home Guard) were utilising almost anything on which they could lay their hands, and such small-bore rifles as were in stock with gunsmiths or manufacturers were taken over by the War Office for distribution anywhere thay might be of value for economical trainig purposes. The initial contract, in June 1941, was for 10,000 rifles.Previous to this date, Mossberg had used only a letter code on their production rather than serial numbers. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock, forearm with finger grooves made to NRA specifications. Plain pistol grip birch with walnut finish stock with semi beavertail forearm made to NRA specifications.

Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock with finger grooves made to NRA specifications, 7/8" sling and swivels. Local Defence Volunteer units ( latterly Home Guard) were utilising almost anything on which they could lay their hands, and such small-bore rifles as were in stock with gunsmiths or manufacturers were taken over by the War Office for distribution anywhere thay might be of value for economical trainig purposes. The initial contract, in June 1941, was for 10,000 rifles.Previous to this date, Mossberg had used only a letter code on their production rather than serial numbers. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock, forearm with finger grooves made to NRA specifications. Plain pistol grip birch with walnut finish stock with semi beavertail forearm made to NRA specifications. Exploded View Special thanks to Jim from Indiana for the Photo's.