Mossberg MVP Precision Rifle – 1 Mile Shot

Have you ever thought of making that 1 mile shot possible?
If you’re into long range shooting take a look at this Mossberg MVP Precision rifle.
You don’t have to be part of the elite F-Class shooters where their rifles are custom custom made.
The Mossberg MVP chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor or 7.62 NATO (308) round embedded on a tactical platform will definitely turn some heads.

This rifle features:

  • a Mossberg-designed aluminum chassis
  • slim-profile hand guard
  • LUTH-AR™ MBA-3 adjustable stock
  • Magpul® MOE+® grip
  • Mossberg’s Lightning Bolt Action™ Trigger System
  • 24-inch barrel length and 1:8 twist rate for the 6.5mm Creedmoor
  • 20-inch barrel length and 1:10 twist rate for the 7.62mm NATO (308 Win)

Unlike the competition, the MVP Precision is a bolt-action rifle with a multi-patented design which accepts both M1A/M14 and AR10/SR25-style magazines.
Combining the sub-MOA accuracy, superior handling qualities and Mossberg’s proven bolt-action platform, the MVP Precision rifle will take long-range shooting to a new level.
Word has it that Mossberg went back to the drawing board to design its own modular aluminum chassis system.
Similar to the AR-rifle “inline” design, the Mossberg chassis more efficiently handles recoil and lessens internal stress as energy is transferred in a straight line between the barrel and action to the buffer tube/stock; inherently increasing accuracy and the ability to maintain your sight picture.
All that in layman’s term means as you take a shot theres less movement of the AR thus helping you stay on target quickly.
Another feature that helps with the rifle accuracy is the Mossberg Lightning Bolt Action Trigger system. LBA™ delivers a crisp, creep-free trigger pull and is easily adjusted from 3 to 7 pounds by the user.
LBA trigger system delivers serious reliability and durability for consistent shot-after-shot placement with a Magpul P-Mag 10-round magazine.

Don’t take our word for it, take a look at Eric an Editor from Wide Open Spaces taking this 1 mile shot and hitting the gong.