Mossberg .22s Anyone?

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by Smokin Guns, Mar 8, 2003.

  1. torpedoman

    torpedoman New Member

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    always looking for more especially mod. L
  2. torpedoman

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    [​IMG]heres a lovely thing s46m with the right scope finish was gone on the scope so i just polished it[​IMG][/IMG]
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  3. ldavis

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    those ball's are available from Brownell's. his are just a tad too big but can be drilled out by hand and work fine. not expensive. if you want the size ball and drill number, e-mail me. davcath@bwsys.net and I will look it up and post.
  4. yoopertrooper

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    Hey Everybody. I just joined today but am glad to be amoung small bore rifle enthusiasists. Recently I purchased a replacement clip for my 640KA chuckster. Of course it required grinding down of the magazine guide post. When I took the screw out that holds post to the bottom of the bolt or action, What looked like a bottom piece of the bolt with a hole for the screw i just removed, fell out and landed on the floor. I am not a gun smith/mechanic by any means. I did not remove the bolt but managed to slide the piece that fell out back into place and replaced the modified guide post. After oiling and replacing the stock the bolt action seams to function the same as before. I have not fired the gun since. Can anyone advise me on whether what I encountered is normal or a sign of a malfunction. I am driving through lower MI on the 16th and may try to stop in to the Cabelas in Dundee and have someone look at it and repare if necessary. Just thought I would check with the real experts first.
    Thanks for any comments.
    Cheers
  5. mase34953

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    Love my 46Mb. I shot my marlin 39a, remington 710 7mm and my rock river arms lar15 along with the mossberg. I must say the mossberg was my favorite one to shoot. It would put all 15 rounds in a 4 inch area at 50 yards. What a fun gun to shoot. I would buy another one in a heat beat.
  6. mjpchief

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    I'm new here today. I have a Wards Westernfield Mod. 46 that needs a rear peep sight. From what I can see it is the same peep sight that the Mossberg 42 used. Does anyone know where I can find one of these sights? At this time it has a Mossberg 4x scope on it. Neat old gun that belonged to my Dad.
  7. ibtrukn

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    got a 640KB WMR----------ne1? swampangel??:cool:
  8. arkmanalso

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    Anyone have any 42M C parts ie trapdoor buttplate, wood forearm, & S130 sight? I am trying to restore the very first 22 rifle given to me 52 years ago on my 12th birthday all help welcome
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  10. Tony Mig

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    I was recently gifted an old Mossberg 142A that is a pile of rust. At this point I believe it can be restored, but it's going to need a new bolt assembly since the original bolt was rusted closed inside the receiver, and didn't come out without some force.......:(

    Seems to be the one spare part Havlin's doesn't have in stock at the moment......:eek:
  11. olderthandirt

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    I have a 351K w/M4D scope that has been sitting in a closet for 40 years. Any idea what it's worth?
  12. sbkittrell

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    This one ain't for sale. Eat your heart out. It's a Westernfield M842,which is actually a Mossberg(forgot the Mossberg model #) in great condition. No way I'm giving this one up. I love a tube magazine on a .22 so I can use different ammo. I've got two other marlins, an m-1 type and a model 39A and a marlin .22 mag marlin levergun.

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  13. johns31

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    I have a mossberg 46 m (b) 22 rifle in 95% condition all sites swivels scope mounts etc complete are u interested
  14. kutaho

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    Tossed a lot of lead from a lot of auto loaders, my 151k beats them all, quick field clean every 50 rounds and she never misses a beat. and at fifty yards a tack driver.
    of course the marlin drives tacks also.

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  15. johns31

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    Re: Mossberg .22 m (b)

    I have an old mossberg 22 m (b) it is all complete and about in 95% shape also it shots really good are u interested
  16. GunHugger

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    Re: Mossberg .22 m (b)

    You are missing part of the model number.

    There is no Mossberg 22 m (b). The M models have a full length stock, made in bolt and semi.

    It would read like; Model ___M(b). Fill in the blank.:)
  17. Steve1002

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    I have three Mossbergs, 321K single shot, 344K youth model clipfed, and a Westernfield M815, which is a Mossberg 320B single shot. I really like them single shots the best. It takes you all day long to shoot a substantial amount of ammo. I have six single shots altogether, and the two Mossbergs put the others to shame.
  18. jamesjo

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    Thought you guys might want to see the aluminum triggerguards my cousin is making. Presently making them for the model 46b, 44us, 640 chuckster, and the 183d. He will also be happy to make other styles if you can supply a template / pattern. Check them out, he really does nice work. The gun pictured is a model 46b.
    If you like them, post here, PM me, or email me at
    lorraine10@lmnetworks.net

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  19. willie123

    willie123 New Member

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    mossberg 342k

    i have a mossberg 342k 22 sometimes when the bolt slides forward the gun fires without pulling the trigger i was wondering if anyone knew what was wrong with it thanks
  20. TOOHSOTKIL

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    OMG, the Gun Parts trigger guard with the black finish removed>>>>>>>>>>>>

    and it`s only $12.00

    Mossberg`s.....over rated by the uneducated and over priced by the same.

    Just a good quality rifle from the days of the same, wood AND steel, nothing more.

    Most of the high priced models are the most produced, please explain???

    Thousands is not considered rare, more is certainly not.
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