The ATR is available in .308 Winchester, .243 Winchester, 7mm-08 Remington, .30-06 Springfield, or .270 Winchester. It has a 4+1 round capacity. It currently features camouflage stocks as well as synthetic and walnut. The stock has classic lines. It also features a floating fluted barrel.
ATR Night TrainEdit
The tactical version of the ATR rifle, it is chambered in .308 Winchester and features a black synthetic stock as well as a bipod, 10 round detachable magazine, muzzle brake and high powered scope.
The 4x4 has built on the success of the original design. It offers a wide variety of calibers from 22-250 all the way up to 338 Winchester Magnum. Its features include a free-floating fluted barrel, muzzle brake, detachable magazine, and vented stock.
The newest addition to Mossberg's rifle line, it is meant to work with after-market AR magazines and is chambered in 5.56 NATO, verses standard Rem. 223 in order for customers to take advantage of surplus 5.56 nato ammo which varies slightly from factory Rem.223 rounds. There is also a 7.62×51mm NATO (.308) chambered offering for all four models (Predator, Varmint, Patrol, and Flex). The 7.62 variant takes M1a, M14, and SR25/DPMS/AR308 standard magazines.
MVP stands for Mossberg Varmint Predator. It comes with various options such as a bipod,2 different model of scopes, and has four stock styles. The predator models come with either an 18" sporter or 20" heavy barrel while the varmint model has a 24" heavy barrel, all are fluted as is the bolt within the action. The varmint model has a very well constructed benchrest style stock, while the predator models have a more sporter style stock.
- ↑ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-13. https://web.archive.org/web/20140313133432/http://www.mossberg.com/products/rifles/bolt-action/centerfire. Retrieved 2014-03-05.
- ↑ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-18. https://web.archive.org/web/20140318015239/http://www.mossberg.com/product/rifles-bolt-action-centerfire-atr-long-action-scoped/27330. Retrieved 2014-03-17.
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