Mossberg MVP Forum
Just got some lancer L5 AWM mags for my MVP patrol in 5.56 and they work great. Up until now I only used pmags which work well but I think the lancer mags are better and I highly recommend if you have not tried. Also bought one brownells 10 round mag just to try which did not feed well, hard to work bolt.
Today I shot at the Pala shooting Range in Pala, CA. I just discovered the range which is on Indian land about 3 miles from the Pala Casino. The range is only 51 miles from my home and is open almost everyday. Although they have competition matches on most days, practice shooting is every Monday and Friday from 8am to 2pm. Membership is $75 and daily range fee is $15. There is very little wind...
I just finished a 4 hour shooting day in Morongo Valley, CA. The wind shifted directions significantly and the velocity varied throughout the day. The club now has both 8 inch and 6 inch spinning steel plates at 300yds. Of course they only spin when you hit them. My little MVP is capable making those plates spin if I can dope the wind. I can successful hit them 2, 3 and sometimes 4 times in a row...
New member & Mossberg MVP Varmint owner, first post. I've had my MVP Varmint for a couple months now, bought it used at a killer price from a local guy who was forced to offload a few guns to do kitchen remodeling in his home. I had been eyeing these for a while, but was a little skeptical because I had never shot anything from Mossberg other than their shotguns. This one had only had 10 rounds...
Last Friday I returned to the High Desert Rod and Gun club in Morongo Valley to test my ability to shoot those small bullets (55g FMJBT) in windy conditions at 300yds at 11 inch round steel hanging plates. After my success the previous outing I had to know just how difficult it would be to hit smaller targets ( from 16 inches down to 11 inches) in windy conditions. Well, I found out that I am not...
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