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Mossberg 715T Optic Ready 22LR 25RD Reviews

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14 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.6 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
79% (11 of 14)
4 stars:
15% (2 of 14)
3 stars:
0% ( of 14)
2 stars:
0% ( of 14)
1 star:
7% (1 of 14)
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by kevin m Friday 08 February, 2013
Just picked up today. Fast shipping from Buds. This is my first time with Buds, and I was impressed. Easy, smooth transaction. Gun feels and looks good. About what you expect for the price. Haven't shot it yet, but I think it will be a fun shooter. Thanks Buds. I will buy again from Buds.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Josh F Saturday 19 January, 2013
Pros: This is a great little rifle. I took it out to the woods today and shot about 50 rounds through it. The adjustable stock, picatinny rails and 25rd magazine make it a great gun for self defense without killing the target. I know that sounds crazy...but sometimes killing a target doesn't have to be the top priority. I have a pistol for that. Virtually no recoil! Cons: The magazine makes some noise when moving the gun around. It seems a little flimsy in that area.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Garrin D Friday 18 January, 2013
This gun is awesome. Haven't gotten a chance to fire it yet but I am very pleased with this weapon. First off it looks cool. Some people say this gun feels "cheap" I don't think so. Sure it's wrapped in a polymer shell, but it feels durable in my opinion. As you all know the magazine is a little wobbly, I just put some electrical tape where the polymer meet with the metal part of the mag and BAM no more wobble. The weight of the weapon feels VERY similar to an actual AR, which is an amazing feature for a polymer body. If you're on the fence about buying one of these or on a budget, don't hesitate to buy one. And you can't beat the price of ammo with these things!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Mark I Wednesday 16 January, 2013
Not too bad for the money so far no problem at the range

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Eric R Tuesday 18 December, 2012
Overall, this is a fun little gun. HOWEVER, if you're thinking that you're going to get a full-on AR feel and function, look somewhere else. This is a Mossberg Plinkster (everything but the foregrip and buttstock) bolted into a glass-filled Nylon shell. That's why it's $100 cheaper than the other .22 AR clones. And, the 25 round magazine rattles when in the gun - it does feel 'cheesy' when in the gun. Also, people have complained about the 25 round magazines not feeding correctly and the gun jamming frequently. Lastly, it's a PITA to clean. Why did I give it four stars with all of these 'problems'? This gun is a blast to shoot. At 100 yards with a bipod'foregrip and a holographic sight (a cheapie $40 one), I was grouping around 2.5" groups. Put a 4X scope on this thing and It'd probably pull off sub 2" groups. Follow the steps below and you should have no issues. 1. Load your 25 round magazines FULL and leave them sit for a week to break in. 2. Disassemble and throughly clean your rifle. There is rather thick grease on the parts. Once cleaned, you can use Borescrubber (the synthetic safe formula) and CLP oil to clean for future cleanings. 3. Leave the bolt open for a week or so in order to loosen the recoil spring. 4. Dont shoot cruddy lead, tipped rounds OR hollow points. Mine DID NOT like Winchester bulk .22, it had NO issues with 250 rounds of CCI 'Tactical .22' rounds. I highly recommend these. They will keep your gun cleaner as well. Lastly, I did have an issue with one magazine initially. I called Mossberg, sent it back in, they fixed it AND sent me another new mag (now, I have three). Turn-around was just over two weeks. No questions asked. To get a 10/22 with an aftermarket (Archangel) stock and one 25 round magazine would have cost me around $400. I bought the Mossberg for $267, the scope for $40, and foregrip for $15. This is around ~$320.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Eric B Sunday 28 October, 2012
Have had the chance to really give this rifle some use. Look and feel of this rifle to me, feels like a toy, plastic feel. Yet after firing several hundred round, really didnt seem to care, this rifle is fun fun fun to shoot. The clip takes awhile before you can load full, use it , spring will loosin up. No fail to fire Had one fail to reject. Ammo prob , not gun . All in all.... If you want something to throw lead, cheap to shoot , I would not hesitate on this one. Great little 22 and a blast to shoot. . Besides... you look good doing it ! lol

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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