Mossberg Releases Vortex-Scoped Version of MVP Scout Rifle

7.62mm NATO (308 Win) Bolt-Action Rifle with AR-Style Magazine Compatibility

Mossberg MVP Scout Vortex-Scoped Combo with the Vortex Crossfire II Scout 2-7x32mm variable riflescope
Mossberg MVP Scout Vortex-Scoped Combo with the Vortex Crossfire II Scout 2-7x32mm variable riflescope
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North Haven, CT -(AmmoLand.com)- Mossberg brought its general-purpose MVP Scout 7.62mm NATO (308 Win) bolt-action rifle to the market in 2015, elevating the definition of a Scout rifle to a new level with its groundbreaking bolt-action design.

The MVP Scout rifle features Mossberg’s patented Dual Push bolt and patented Dual Latch designs that accept and reliably-feed from both M1A/M14 and AR10-style magazines. Now Mossberg is pleased to add the MVP Scout Vortex-Scoped Combo to the line-up, featuring a Vortex Crossfire II Scout 2-7x32mm variable riflescope; a new offering from Vortex Optics designed specifically for the Scout platform.

A standard feature of the versatile Scout rifle design is a forward-mounted optic, and Vortex delivers with its Crossfire II Scout 2-7x32mm scope. This new scope is engineered with extended eye relief for quick target acquisition in the forward-mounted position; features Vortex’s V-Plex reticle; has fully multi-coated lenses; and comes complete with resettable MOA turrets. Vortex Viper rings are provided for ease of mounting the optic on the MVP Scout’s extended top rail.

Key features of a Scout rifle, as defined by the legendary Col. Jeff Cooper, are standard on the Mossberg MVP Scout rifle including an 11-inch receiver/barrel-mounted Picatinny rail and two side-mounted short Picatinny rails for the addition of optics and accessories; an integrated rail-mounted Ghost Ring rear sight is paired with a barrel-mounted fiber optic front sight for added versatility; and a compact 16 ¼-inch medium bull barrel that is threaded and comes equipped with an A2-style suppressor (a protective thread cap is provided). The 1:10 twist rate optimizes bullet performance in this 7.62mm NATO (308 Win) carbine and completing the Scout package is an adjustable rifle sling.

Enhancing the performance of this ruggedly-built, all-purpose platform is Mossberg’s patented Lightning Bolt Action (LBA) Trigger System that delivers a crisp, creep-free trigger pull and is user-adjustable from 3 to 7 pounds. Other standard features include a classic stock with stippling on the pistol grip and forend, finished with a matte black, coarse texture; matte blue finish on exposed metalwork; front and rear sling swivel studs; spiral-fluted bolt; oversized bolt knob; and 10-round capacity magazine. And because of its patented designs, the MVP Scout can be used with both M1A/M14 and AR10-style aftermarket magazines.

A premium bolt-action rifle package requires a premium riflescope, so Mossberg is pleased to offer the new MVP Scout Vortex-Scoped Combo with the Vortex Crossfire II Scout 2-7x32mm variable riflescope. For more information on the MVP Scout rifle and the complete line of Mossberg’s MVP Series of bolt-actions, please visit www.mossberg.com. 

Vortex and Crossfire are registered trademarks of Vortex Optics.

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 www.Mossberg.com.

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