O.F. Mossberg & Sons announced last year that the company had partnered with Duck Commander for a line of firearms geared especially towards waterfowl hunting. Perhaps better known for their appearances on A&E’s Duck Dynasty, the Robertson family has built a hunting merchandise empire around their brand, Duck Commander. The combination of the Robertsons’ fan base and Mossberg, a well-respected manufactuer of shotguns and rifles, meant that many eagerly anticipated the release of the new firearm line.

As seen on the Mossberg website, the Duck Commander series includes eight shotguns—even a version of the ever popular Mossberg 500—as well as two rifles and a pistol chambered in .22 LR. The firearms come standard in Max-5 camo by Realtree, one of the latest waterfowl patterns for 2014, and are branded with the Duck Commander logo. The guns also come with a commemorative American flag bandana, styled after the one commonly worn by Willie Robertson on Duck Dynasty.

The shotguns in the series are:

  • Mossberg 500
  • Mossberg 535 ATS
  • Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag
  • Mossberg FLEX 500
  • Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag with Recoil Reduction
  • Mossberg 930
  • Mossberg 935 Magnum
  • Mossberg Int’l SA20
  • Mossberg 500 Super Bantam

While shotguns are standard fare for duck hunting, surprises came in the form of the .22 pistol and rifles. The Mossberg 715P Pistol carries a capacity of 26 rounds and weighs about 3.5 pounds. At $447 retail, the pistol comes with a full-length top-rail, red dot sight, short vented quad-rail forend, and an A2-style muzzle brake. The much larger Mossberg International 715T rifle carries the same capacity and sports a top rail, a 16.25-inch barrel, adjustable sights, and weighs 5.5 pounds. It will retail for $509. Lastly, Mossberg is offering a Duck Commander version of their International 702 Plinkster, which comes with a free-floated barrel, adjustable sights, and a scope-ready receiver. The four-pound Plinkster has a capacity of 11 rounds and is priced at $274.

Mossberg’s Duck Commander series is expected to hit retail shelves soon, and you can check out all the details of each gun here. You can also watch the teaser for the series below:

Image screenshot of video by mossbergofficialsite on YouTube

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4 thoughts on “Mossberg Reveals Duck Commander Series of Firearms

  1. I have yet to hear of any financial contribution being returned to wet lands support by the Duck Dynasty ‘Dynasty’. Now O.F. Mossberg has moved into a position to make $$$$$$$’s from this line. If Preacher Robertson can’t answer this question in this forum, I feel it is OUTDOOR HUB’s responsibility to inform us of an answer by him.

    1. Wow, do you put the same requirements on the folks and McDonalds? Or Old Navy? Or the local coffee shop? I think you get the jest of what I am saying.

      My guess would be you are an anti-capitalist with a chip on your shoulder regarding the Robertsons’s . . . . what say you? Just kidding, no one cares what you have to say.

      On the up side, every “in the know” outdoorsman is already aware a portion of all outdoor related supporting mother nature through excise tax.

  2. fliteking. You make a good point about McDonalds, Old Navy, and the local coffee shop. Excise tax does go into streets and other local projects in the towns they are located in. But unless those companies have a set amount that goes into a certain program, they are taking the rest of the money home. I have no qualms with the Robertsons (I’m sure you are referring to the A&E situation). I asked for Phil ‘Preacher’ Robertson’s answer, because I trust him. I am glad they are financially stable. I know that a portion of the taxes from sporting goods items sold, goes into hunting and fishing related sports, including game management and wetland development and management. Those tax portions are government regulated, either state or federal. As I said, that is one reason I pay excise taxes, on sport related items, without complaint. Now, please step back and read this question again. “What financial contribution (other than excise tax) is given, by the Robertson, from income earned on product they endorse? What percentage of every sale comes out of their own pockets, to Federally Recognized Organizations (such as Ducks Unlimited and others, I’m sure you can name a few) for the preservation and development of Water Fowl Projects and their Wet Lands?” This is my personal reason for asking such a question. ” My bank account may be low, but my moral integrity is intact. Therefore, I choose to invest in a business with high moral integrity.”

  3. I would bet the Robertsons belong to DU in a big way, and probably other wildlife organizations. As well as making contributions and donations, if they don’t, then shame on them. Mean while, where is the supply of the Duck Dynasty firearm line? I can’t find any.

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