Originally Posted by whirley
Mossberg was a target shooter. Surprisingly, some of his pre ww2 .22's had adjustable triggers. Not great but better than average. Have fun!
Mossberg had "adjustable"' triggers on many models after WWII as well as before. But that doesn't mean much since the adjustment wasn't very good.
But their barrels were some of the best of all American made rimfires. Most were triple lapped and very accurate, even the non-target models.
They also used some real nice walnut for their gun stocks but covered them in a brown finish to make them look uniform in color. But there are many real nice walnut gun stocks on "economy" rifles.
I have owned well over 40 Mossberg rimfire rifles and not one of them shoots "average".