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Mossberg Tactical Semi-Automatic 22 Long Rifle

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Model: 37200
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 69671
UPC: 884110372000
MFG: Mossberg & Sons

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Description: Mossberg is joining industry heavyweights in the AR-15 market such as Remington, Ruger, and S&W. Mossberg wants to differentiate themselves in the market by going with a A2-style (carry handle) receiver instead of the A3-style. Featuring A2 front and rear sights with a carry handle picatinny rail if you want to mount optics. Most tactical .22s have a 16" barrel, but Mossberg has decided to go with an 18" barrel for a better sight radius and a more traditional look. Also featuring a full length picatinny rail hand guard and a 10 round or 25 round magazine. Mossberg is offering these guns in a fixed and an adjustable stock.
Finish: Black
Action: Semi-Automatic
Caliber: 22 Long Rifle
Bbl Length: 18"
Capacity: 10 + 1
Trigger: Standard
Safety: Lever
Stock: Synthetic
Code: 69671
Manufacturer: 1 Mossberg Intl
Finish Black with Kryptek Typhon furniture
Action Rolling Block
Caliber 338 Marlin Express
Barrel Length 16.875"
Trigger 40-X Externally Adjustable
Safety Three Position
Stock Foliage Green Laminate
Finish Burnt Bronze Cerakote
Action LOWER
Caliber 257 Roberts
Barrel Length 23"(Muzzleloader) 28"(Shotgun)
Trigger Adjustable Ruger Marksman
Safety Cross Bolt
Stock Green Digital Camo
Finish Black
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 18"
Trigger Standard
Safety Lever
Stock Fixed

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10 Reviews. Average Rating: 3.4 of 5 Stars! [3.4 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: on 05/11/2016
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Ok I picked mine up the other day from my local FFL dealer. When I took it out the box there at the store immediately I was DISAPPOINTED... I knew it wasn\'t going to feel like my REAL AR-15 but I didn\'t know it was going to feel so \"Toy-Like\".
Very light, the plastic feels cheap. The magazine was SHOCKINGLY small and the mag release was horrible. I thought to myself I\'m not going to like this. I was already thinking how much could I get at the pawn shop for it. A couple of days later I took it to the Gun Range... Before I got to the range I stopped by Walmart to get some more ammo... A box of 530 rounds cost under 30 bucks so that was the first plus. I get to the range, I shot a few rounds... literally no recoil so I guess that was a plus. I was amazed at how accurate the gun is... I guess because of the no recoil. I put at least 70 rounds through it the first day without any malfunctions. At the end of the day I had fun shooting it. It just feels so toy like. I\'m going to go again soon to put another 70/\'80 rounds through it.. So far I enjoy shooting it but the jury is still out.

Reviewed By: on 11/25/2014
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Nice gun, hard to find extra mags at first. But when I got them, it was uphill from there. Buds you are all right with me! Will not purchase from no where else, one satisfied customer.

Reviewed By: on 11/15/2014
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
BudsGunShop did nothing wrong here! This long rifle (lol long rifle) is all most a toy Gun! It looks like a real Gun, but that's it. I bought this gun for my Zombie hunt. I am not sure it would even kill flies. This not a Gun I would even get your children.

Reviewed By: on 08/11/2014
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this gun with high hopes, as Mossberg has a great reputation. I put about 20 rounds through it with no problems. Then came the 21st round. Oh my God what a terrible bullet jam was created. I took the gun to a gunsmith. He tore it completely apart and it was FILTHY. I mean gunk and grit and little shaving through-out the lower receiver. And this gun had come right from the factory. Tearing this gun down to fix it or even clean it is a real experience. Good grief it took him an hour and a half. It was terrible. One of the plastic screws had been stripped at the factory and you can see where someone had tried to make it work. You get what you pay for folks, and this is an awful gun.

Reviewed By: on 07/14/2014
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
this just what the doctor had ordered it's going look when the tac light and scope gets mounted along with the tac light. it will work great in my building search class that I have coming up. the best thing is I don't have to go broke buying ammo.

Reviewed By: on 06/23/2013
Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I like an idiot bought not 1 but 2 of these. First of all never buy a gun unless you have held it your hands unlike I did. Second of all no matter what the price is don't buy 2 unless you have at least shot 1. Third of all I have bought over 15 guns from Buds this year and the other 13 were just fine because I had either owned 1 before or at least held and shot one.
After saying that I bought one for me and one for my 16 year old son's Bday. After picking them up and inspecting I was so disappointed that the entire gun is plastic except for the bolt and barrel. The receiver isn't just plastic its Chinese crap plastic. I could have melted 100 bic lighters and formed a better lower myself in a mold. These are the worse guns I have ever made the mistake of buying! Mossberg should be ashamed to manufacture these and if I were Buds I wouldn't sell them either. I would at least notify everyone that the mag release wll break in a week and that the lower is cheap plastic. I did notice that they are now $60 less then when I bought 2 of these. Even that said buy a 70 year old Mosin or M44 you will be glad to own a real gun rather then this toy that doesn't even deserve to shoot Air Soft!

Reviewed By: on 03/27/2013
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

Reviewed By: on 02/08/2013
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
The Mossberg little Tactical 22. I just picked up 2 of these guns today. I have to admit when I fist saw them I thought I had mad a mistake buying these. It is a little more plastic then I like. But I took them home with me and just shot 10 rounds through 1 of them. It shot flawlessly and I finished off what was left of the cinder block I had blown away with my Cetme 308 I also bought from Buds. I will just have to get over the plastic. It does make for an extremely light gun that is easy to find your target and hit it over and over. These will get me by until I can invest more money in the HK clone. Anyway I do recommend the Mossberg. Just be ready for your sites to be plastic instead of medal. Buds delivered these in just 48 hours so I give them a 10!

Reviewed By: on 04/25/2012
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
What a great rifle this is and a lot of fun to shoot. It was pretty accurate write out of the box and took little time to zero in, have shot roughly 200 rounds of CCI mini-mag ammo and not a single jam. Can't go wrong buying this riffle.

Reviewed By: on 12/23/2011
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I purchased this rifle with a little skepticism, boy was I proved wrong. Upon recieving the rifle, it was tore down and thoroughly cleaned. Winchester High velocity rounds were purchased and 200 rds were put through the gun. Only 2- rounds failed to fire which I believe is related more to the ammo vs. the rifle. The rifle itself is fun to shoot and my 8 yr old absolutely loves it. The only thing stopping this rifle from being a 5 star product is the fact that it is not fun to tare down. It requires a few additional tools and some patients. Mossberg recommends cleaning the rifle after every 200 rds. I'm currently approaching about 500 and seeing no negative affects. I'll tare it down at 500 just to get a good look on what is building up but overall I am very satisfied with this product.