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Mossberg and Mossberg International Introduce New Shotguns Models

22 Jan
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Mossberg® Adds 930™ and 835® Ulti-Mag® Multi-Purpose Field Models 26 or 28-Inch Barrel Lengths in Black and Bottomland® Camo Options for Greater Versatility North Haven, CT – Choose from two new 12-gauge, 3-inch field versions of Mossberg’s reliable 930 autoloader and two field models of the world’s first 12-gauge, 3.5-inch pump-action, the Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag.…

Mossberg Announces Expansion and Updates to Rifle Line

22 Jan
Mossberg Announces Expansion and Updates to Rifle Line

Mossberg® Expands 6.5mm Creedmoor Offerings Fourteen MVP® and Patriot™ Bolt-Actions Chambered in Highly-Desired Caliber  North Haven, CT – Mossberg is now chambering fourteen of their bolt-action rifles in 6.5mm Creedmoor; widely-popular with both target shooters and hunters for its flat-shooting, long-range ballistics, on-game performance and low recoil. Mossberg is offering four 6.5mm Creedmoor rifles from…

Mossberg 590 Shockwave Wins NRA Publications Golden Bullseye Award

19 Jan
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North Haven, CT – Mossberg®, an industry leader in firearms manufacturing and innovation, is pleased to announce recognition for their 590® Shockwave® 12-gauge pump-action with a National Rifle Association (NRA®) Publications Golden Bullseye Award. Presented by Shooting Illustrated magazine, Mossberg will be awarded the title of 2017 Shotgun of the Year for the 590 Shockwave…

RMEF Conserves Wisconsin Elk Habitat

18 Jan
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MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation permanently protected key elk habitat in Wisconsin elk country by first acquiring and then conveying a 360-acre inholding to Jackson County Forest. “This is a crucial transaction because it prevents the potential of development and fragmentation within an area that is vital to Wisconsin’s newest elk herd,” said Blake…

RMEF Soars to 9th Straight Year of Record Membership

16 Jan
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MISSOULA, Mont.—Riding a wave of conservation success, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation enters 2018 with 227,650 members, marking its ninth consecutive year of record membership growth. “This continual sustained growth is a reflection of our on-the-ground conservation mission and improved advocacy and outreach efforts,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO. “We are grateful to…