Mossberg 464 SPX Tactical Rifles Add a New Twist to Lever-Actions

Mossberg 464 SPX Lever-Action Rifle Suppressed Muzzle Brake
Mossberg 464 SPX Lever-Action Rifle Suppressed Muzzle Brake

North Haven, CT –-( Traditional, classic and an American legend are words often used to describe lever-action rifles but that’s not the case with the latest offerings from O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.

The patent-pending 464 SPX Lever-Actions in .22LR and .30-30 Win redefine this time-tested category with premium, tactical-style features that include 6-postion adjustable stocks; tri-rail forends with rail covers; adjustable fiber optic sights; and optional flash suppressor and muzzle brake on the .30-30 Win and .22LR versions respectively.

Reliable and durable, the 464 platform features a precision-machined receiver; well-designed and properly-positioned ejection port for clearance when using receiver-mounted optics; button-rifled barrels with recessed muzzle crowns; and convenient top-tang safety. Designed for accuracy, balance and maneuverability, 464 lever-action rifles can be a modern option for today’s hunters and shooters or ideal for tactical applications.

The SPX line combines the fast-handling, robust action of the 464 Lever-Action with many highly-desired features in two .22LR versions and two venerable .30-30 Win offerings. All four rifles have a 6-position, tactical-style adjustable synthetic stock; handy Picatinny tri-rail forend with rubber ladder rail covers; front and rear sling swivel studs; and durable matte blue metal finishes. The .22LR SPX rifle has a compact 18-inch barrel with rifle sights and a removable, ported muzzle brake version (thread protector included) is available. The receiver features dovetail-style mounts for ease of adding optics. With full-length mag tube, total capacity is 14. The centerfire version, chambered in .30-30 Win, features a compact 16 ¼-inch barrel with 1:10 twist rate; six-round total capacity; adjustable 3-dot fiber optic sights; and drilled/tapped receiver with scope rail included. Optional flash suppressor version is offered.

The Mossberg 464 SPX rifles bring a new era of lever-actions to today’s hunters and shooters. Please visit your local dealer or our web site at to see the complete line of 464 lever-action rifles.

Mossberg 464 SPX Lever-Action Rifle
Mossberg 464 SPX Lever-Action Rifle

About O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.:

Founded in 1919, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America, and is the largest pump-action shotgun manufacturer in the world. Leading the way with over 100 design and utility patents to its credit, and standing as the first ISO 9001 Certified long-gun manufacturer, Mossberg is considered to be one of the most innovative firearms manufacturers in U.S. History. For more information on commercial, special purpose, law enforcement and military shotguns, rifles and accessories, please visit their website at


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leslie logg

I have a tactical 30/30 but it does not have muzzle brake. is it possible to buy one and then have gunsmith install it.thanks

Mack Pence

Wow!!! I love that gun, if it was in 44mag i would buy it in a heart beat. Will it ever be sold in 44mag???

Robert Krawiec

in jersey, can't have muzzle brake and stock cannot be adjustable, must be pinned


Is 464 legal in new jersey?


Where can I purchase a Mossberg 464 and will it be available in a 16" barrel in caliber .44 magnum?

Dan Mahoney

Where can I purchase a Mossberg 464 in Southern Monterey County, California and will it ever be available in a 16" barrel in caliber .44 magnum?


just got one for 430 out the door unfortunatly in california and have a 10 day jail time.


Where can I purchase a 464 30-30 tactical in Colorado


where can I purchase a 464 30-30 tactical in Colorado?


where can I purchase the mossberg 464 spx, 30-30, in the dallas/ft.worth area?

Henry Baker

That's got to be one of the ugliest guns I've ever seen…

There's absolutely no practical need whatsoever for an adjustable stock on an Old West lever action rifle.

What an abortion…