O.F. Mossberg introduced its MVP FLEX Tactical bolt-action rifles with four new models, expanding this lineup to 13 tailor-made options for those who prefer the look, feel, and performance of TLS stocks.

The MVP FLEX lineup combines patent-pending bolt designs that accept and feed from standard AR magazines with the interchangeability of Flex TLS stocks. This year’s new models start with the MVP FLEX-Scoped Combo (27753), which is chambered for .308 Winchester. It features an 18.5-inch fluted medium bull barrel, adjustable trigger and black FLEX six-position adjustable stock, and a 3-9×32 riflescope with an illuminated reticle.

The FLEX-Scoped Combo is also available in a 5.56mm NATO chambering (27747), featuring a 20-inch fluted sporter barrel.

The MVP FLEX RIFLE without a scope is available in .308 Win with an 18.5-inch barrel and tan FLEX six-position stock (27761). The other new model comes with no scope, a 5.56mm NATO chambering (27743), and a black FLEX six-position stock.

These rifles also feature a Picatinny top rail and spiral-fluted bolt, and they can be ordered with an A2-style flash suppressor.

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2 thoughts on “Mossberg Debuts New MVP FLEX Tactical Rifles

  1. They introduced these a year ago at the show and have never shipped one. I ordered one 11 months ago, with no word on when it will ever ship.

  2. I’ve been looking for one of these for almost a year now. Not a single place I have called has ever even seen one let alone had one in stock. WTF mossberg.

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