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Old 08-27-2012, 11:02 PM   #11
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I got me one of the mossbergs and for $285 I'm not gonna complain. The rails can hold any ar attachment so for the price it's a fun little rifle.
Do you know if you can take off the carry handle or the hand guard? Because I searched it online and someone said no but I'm not sure
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I have this one, took the sights off and stuck a Tru Glo red dot on it.

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/firearms/rifles/mossberg-715t-tactical-flat-top-rifle-with-adjustable-sight-37209.html
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Actually looks nice should I buy from the website
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Do you know if you can take off the carry handle or the hand guard? Because I searched it online and someone said no but I'm not sure
On mine you can't take the handle off but like I said for $286 out the door I'm cool with it. I just mounted a scope on it so it wasn't much of a deal to me. The one posted in the link here looks pretty cool though.
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They had those on sale awhile back for $189 and I went to get one, but when I held it I wasn't to impressed with it. To much plastic and the mag was a real pain to remove. But all was not lost I spent $400 for a mk22 a 22lr SCAR clone. And I am glad I did I had a friend that did buy the Mossberg and he didn't keep it long.he sold it and got a mk22.
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I ordered mine from PSA, it was their "daily deal", the discount canceled the shipping cost.

I have not decided to keep it long term, I have some nephews that could enjoy a 22lr when they visit their paw paw.
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I ordered mine from PSA, it was their "daily deal", the discount canceled the shipping cost.

I have not decided to keep it long term, I have some nephews that could enjoy a 22lr when they visit their paw paw.
Can I visit you instead? Haha... But ya I have heard to many negative reviews I have made it final I'm just going to get the 6.5 grendel. I'll wait for the 22lr
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6.5 Grendel and the 715T or the flat top are apples and oranges.
If you can afford to pay 5 to 10 times the price of the Mossberg tactical, of course you should go for it!
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Took my Mossy Tactical 22 to the range last Tuesday. It shoots great with the Tru Glo red dot. The magazine is a little cheesy, but overall it is fun to shoot. Cheap carbine practice.

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Took my Mossy Tactical 22 to the range last Tuesday. It shoots great with the Tru Glo red dot. The magazine is a little cheesy, but overall it is fun to shoot. Cheap carbine practice.
I've got the same exact setup. Love it! I agree the mags are a bit cheesy, but the gun works fine. The only negative I have is cleaning it. Too many little screws to mess with and its a PITA. For $250, it's hard to beat, though.
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