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Mossberg Tactical Flat Top Carbine, 22LR, 25 Rnd Mag

Mossberg Tactical Flat Top Carbine, 22LR, 25 Rnd Mag

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Mossberg Tactical Flat Top Carbine, 22LR, 25 Rnd Mag
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Reviewed by 16 customer  
Home defense, March 18, 2014
I have this weapon system and I can tell you that it is a straight shooting weapon. I would buy it again. As for home defense, any weapon system will work with well placed shots. Buy it if you have the chance.
By Mike from Lawrence Ks
Nice shooter but..., July 28, 2013
This rifle shoots great. However, good luck cleaning it. Well let me re-phrase, re-assembling it. The buffer spring is garbage and nearly impossible to put back into place properly without it bending. One bend you now have a nice looking pile of Brazilian made rifle parts. I was really liking it until I got to the re-assembly of the rifle. What a shame. Word of advice. If you buy it don't break down the receiver when cleaning even though the users manual says to do so every 200 rounds.
By Natend98 from Granger, in
Nice for the money, April 27, 2013
I don't see how the clip issue is worth taking off a star. I had same issue with new clips for my real AR-15 but just like the clip for this one it was solved with filling the clip and letting it sit over night. I used some CLS to lube the internal parts including some in the barrel/chamber. ALWAYS disassemble any new/used sidearm or long arm and clean/lube it before firing. Hits target at 100m +- 5m with slight wind. You just have to compensate for wind more than you would a 556 or 762. Any 22lr 40 grain ammo works in this. I fired several types of cheap ammo and no issues. For those having ftf and jamming issues remember that you can't put any pressure against the clip. You'll have the same ftf/jam issue that you would with a real ar-15. For those having issues with sight adjustments please google, "how to adjust sight."
By Salyer from Ohio
Great buy for the money, March 27, 2013
a great long rifle. Shot straight and true right out of the box. Intended for varmint hunting. I added accessories and at first glance the gun looks like a AR-15 style rifle. I would recommend
By Fight for your rights from Texas
22tactical, March 18, 2013
Has the look and feel of a tactical rifle with the dependable plnkster 715 desigh.well worth the money.
By R.g. Below from Florida
worth the money, February 27, 2013
This was my first gun and I thought the mag only held about 11 rounds but u have to mess with the spring on the clip to get the full 25 loaded using the provided loader helps to. I would recommend this gun its affordable and fun to shoot. So far I had the gun a week put about 4,000 rounds threw it without a misfire or a jam
By soiledsoldier from laporte indiana
715t mossberg, February 08, 2013
Not a bad rifle for the price. Use only plated ammo and I had no jams.The mag/clip sucks,only holds 11 rounds (bummer). I cleaned it up and took it to the range. Found out couldn't hit crap. At 10 yards it was shooting to the left about 5 in.Even moving the rear sights over all the way it still shot 3-4 in. That sucks. So I took the open sights off and installed a bsa reticle sight around $40. Great for plinking around for young and old. Bought some clips for regular Mossberg auto (only hold 10 rounds). Don't look so bad ass but works just fine with it. would I buy another? YES now knowing what I know about it. No regrets. Les
By Les from Missouri
AWESOME, February 06, 2013
Just bought this gun today, put 300 rounds thru it with no problems. Very accurate and fun. My magazine was fine, not loose at all, if anything it was very tight. So far so good. Love it.
By VOODOODANCER from Bensalem, Pa
You can't complain for the price, January 21, 2013
I bought a Mossberg 715t last week and put 1000 rounds through it over the weekend without one jam. It is a blast to shoot. Yes it is plastic and the magazine wiggles a little etc. but, for the price, you can't get a funner gun!
By mmablackcat from vancouver
things cleared up, December 23, 2012
ok just dont under stand why anyone would use a tac rifle as home defense unless your trained in close combat. to the people that think a 22LR is dumb for home defense need to go do some research. unlike bigger calibers that might go right through you with some tearing a 22 will penetrate and then act like a bouncy ball inside the intruder and hit more then 1 organ. if your looking for a good reliable home defense weapon i would recommend the sig 1911-22 pistol. i trust my life and my family's with a 22 caliber
By lance from wisconsin
No problem, December 02, 2012
The Mossberg AR-15T 22LR worked great out of the box. The magazine definitely needs attention by Mossberg. I found that loading with the easy loader they send with the gun works a lot better than by hand, it stacks the rounds correctly and compresses the spring, all in all if the spring in the magazine is its only problem ill give it a 4 out of 5. It may not be your choice for a home defense weapon, but hey as far as im concerned a well placed shoot is what counts.
By mtftc22lr25mag from bradenton,fl
Heed and Read....It may be your own doing!, November 09, 2012
I recently bought this weapon at a sports store. Being a retired servicemember… your’e taught to always inspect and thouroghly familiarize yourself with it. The first step is to conduct a weapons check to make sure everything is working as it should. Next is to lube and prepare your weapon for firing. Before firing prepare your clip by lubing it also, as manufactures don’t do this. When loading your clip with ammo be sure the ammo lines up as you load, the clip ammo clearance is very tight so don’t get pissed. Next is to set your sights at zero and adjust after firing 3 rnds at a 25meter target. Once you’ve done those things you’ll be ok… I fired 200 rnds at the range without a glitch. When I got home.. I cleaned and relubed everything… Oh.. one last thing… only buy ammo that has been coated with copper… raw lead rounds will ruin the bore and contribute to mis-fires. I Hope this helps.
By RayRay from rmireless@aol.com
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