Mossberg Delivers Competitive Edge with MMR Pro Rifle

Mossberg MMR Pro Rifle chambered in 5.56mm NATO/223 Rem
Mossberg MMR Pro Rifle chambered in 5.56mm NATO/223 Rem
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NORTH HAVEN, Conn. -(Ammoland.com)- Joining Mossberg’s line-up of versatile MMR semi-auto rifles is the competition-ready MMR Pro, chambered in 5.56mm NATO/223 Rem.

Designed with the 3-Gun shooter in mind, this full-featured AR is built for peak performance, beginning with Mossberg’s new JM Pro Match Trigger, suppressor-ready SilencerCo muzzle brake; an 18-inch stainless steel barrel; and highly-coveted Magpul accessories.

Mossberg delivers a winner with the MMR’s proven platform, combined with the most desirable features to give you a competitive edge.

At the core of the MMR Pro is a direct-impingement gas system for smooth, shot-after-shot reliability; 7075 T6 aluminum-forged receiver; free-floating, 18-inch button-rifled, 416 stainless steel barrel with 1:8 RH twist rate; phosphate and Mil-Spec hard-coat anodized metal finishes; forward-assist; and ejection-port dust cover. The MMR Pro comes with a 30-round Magpul PMAG magazine.

Setting this competitor apart from its challengers is Mossberg’s JM Pro Drop-In Match Trigger which features a patented design for a crisp, creep-free trigger break (4 pounds) and user-adjustable overtravel. Designed in conjunction with Jerry Miculek, World-Champion 3-Gun competitive shooter, the JM Pro Match Trigger Precision is precision-machined to ensure consistent shot-after-shot reliability.

The stainless steel barrel is equipped with a SilencerCo ASR 3-port muzzle brake, which features their suppressor-ready ASR mounting system (compatible with multiple suppressor models – 1/2x28TPI).

The 3-port design effectively reduces felt recoil and muzzle climb. Incorporated into the 15-inch slim profile forend is Magpul’s M-LOK system for the simple attachment of M-LOK compatible accessories. The full-length top rail will accommodate your choice of optics or accessories.

The furniture package on the MMR Pro includes a Magpul MOE+ grip and trigger guard; designed for a comfortable, hand-filling grip with anti-slip texturing. The hollow core of the grip will also accept optional Magpul accessory storage cores. Mossberg brings a well-designed, 6-position adjustable stock to the MMR Pro.

An 11” to 14.25” length-of-pull (LOP) is easily-adjusted with the integrated lever. And fine-tune your LOP with the Mossberg FLEX TLS (Tool-Less Locking) System connector, allowing the user to easily interchange recoil pads for LOP flexibility. Choose from three FLEX recoil pads, ranging from .75” thickness to 1.50” thickness (MMR Pro comes with small FLEX recoil pad; others sold separately). The stock also features three QD swivel mount locations; and both stock and grip/trigger guard feature non-reflective, black finishes.

Rounding out the key features is the AXTS Raptor ambidextrous charging handle, constructed of Aircraft grade 7075 aluminum and Mil-Spec anodized. The design allows for rapid, fluid palm “blading” or finger thumb charges from either strong or support side.

When shaving seconds off your score counts, the Mossberg MMR Pro delivers the winning edge with its performance-driven features, built proudly on the proven MMR platform.

For complete specifications and available models of the Mossberg MMR semi-auto, please visit their website.

 

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 

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Alan
Alan
3 years ago

I would think the market is/was saturated, it then what do I know.