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Mossberg MVP Patrol Bolt-Action 300 AAC Blackout: First Look

Mossberg has expanded their MVP Patrol bolt-action rifle series by offering a 300 AAC Blackout chambering.

Mossberg MVP Patrol Bolt-Action 300 AAC Blackout: First Look

New from Mossberg is the MVP Patrol Rifle chambered for 300 AAC Blackout (BLK). (Photo courtesy of Mossberg)

With the 300 ACC Blackout joining the 5.56mm NATO / 223 Rem and 7.62mm NATO / 308 Win chamberings, the multi-purpose MVP Patrol bolt-action rifles are a great choice for target shooting, hunting, home defense and plinking; all with the convenience of AR-magazine compatibility.

Innovation is at the core of MVP Patrol rifles with their patented designs that accept and reliably feed from both AR15-style magazines (300 BLK/5.56mm) and M1A/M14 and AR10-style magazines (7.62mm). Performance-driven features of this series include 16.25-inch medium bull, button-rifled and threaded barrel with A2-style muzzle brake (protective thread cap included); pillar-bedded stock; over-sized bolt handle; Mossberg’s LBA Trigger System that is user-adjustable from 3 to 7 pounds; optimal twist rates for bullet stabilization; factory-mounted Picatinny rail; and front fiber optic and rear barrel-mounted, adjustable rifle sight. Completing the MVP Patrol package are a textured, black synthetic stock, featuring stippling on the pistol grip; matte blue finish on exposed metalwork; fluted bolt; sling swivel studs; and ten-round capacity magazine.

Designed to be a versatile, all-purpose platform, the MVP Patrol 300 BLK is a great choice at the range or in the field, delivering greater penetration, better terminal performance and a wider choice of bullet types (30 caliber) than the 5.56mm NATO/223 Rem. Its superior ballistics make this intermediate rifle cartridge effective for mid to large-sized game including deer, hog and black bear.

With the addition of the 300 BLK offering, the MVP Patrol Series offers a well-rounded line-up of chamberings to meet the needs of hunters and shooters alike; and all with the versatility of AR magazines.


Mossberg MVP Patrol Bolt-Action 300 ACC Blackout Rifle Specs:

  • Item #: 27707
  • Type: Bolt-action
  • Barrel/Finish: 16.25 in medium-bull, threaded + A2, matte blue
  • Scope Base / Rail / Sights: Picatinny rail, front FO rifle, rear adjustable
  • Barrel Twist: 1:7
  • Overall Length: 36.5 inches
  • LOP: 13.25 inches
  • Stock/Finish: Synthetic black
  • Approx Weight: 7 pounds
  • MSRP: $613

For more information on the Mossberg MVP Patrol Rifle Series, please visit: mossberg.com


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