Mossberg .22s Anyone?

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

  1. olderthandirt

    olderthandirt New Member

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    Mar 4, 2009
    I have a 351K w/M4D scope that has been sitting in a closet for 40 years. Any idea what it's worth?
     
  2. 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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  3. johns31

    johns31 New Member

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    May 15, 2009
    I have a mossberg 46 m (b) 22 rifle in 95% condition all sites swivels scope mounts etc complete are u interested
     
  4. 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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  5. johns31

    johns31 New Member

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    May 15, 2009
    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
     
  6. GunHugger

    GunHugger Well-Known Member

    Jul 18, 2007
    SW PA
    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.:)
     
  7. Steve1002

    Steve1002 New Member

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    Jan 20, 2008
    Southern Oregon
    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.
     
  8. jamesjo

    jamesjo New Member

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    Apr 6, 2008
    Nebraska
    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

    Thanks
    Jim
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  9. willie123

    willie123 New Member

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    Jun 23, 2009
    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
     
  10. TOOHSOTKIL

    TOOHSOTKIL Member

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    Jan 28, 2009
    Curracus
    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.
     
  11. Waldo Pepper

    Waldo Pepper New Member

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    Sep 16, 2008
    I have had this 142A (with T bolt) for about 56 years.
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    My dad bought it for my 6 or 7 birthday. I have carried it all over as a kid and young man hunting, and shows the wear and tear of a teenager on hunting & camping trips. Needless to say it is not for sale.
     
  12. Danwin22

    Danwin22 Active Member

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    Oct 31, 2008
    longwood, Florida
    Great idea. When I was a kid I had a .410 bolt action Mossberg shotgun and my brother and his friend each had Mossberg .22 autos.

    I loved the guns but the plastic trigger guard made them look cheap.

    I think my brother still has his.

    You should advertise these trigger guards or let a gun parts catalogue place sell them for you.

    If I ever get another Mossberg I'll try to find this thread again.

    Good luck, you should sell a lot of these, I wanted one back in the fifties.
     
  13. I don't think I would ever part with any of my Mossberg bolt guns. Two of my favorites are my 46M (a), which I learned to shoot with at the age of 5 (I am now 57). It is still very accurate today, shoots one ragged hole at 25 yards. I also am very partial to my almost mint 144LSB which will shoot ragged holes at 50 yards with the original sights and on a good day, 1 1/2 " or better if I do my part at 100 yards.

    Jim.............:)
     
  14. i_explore

    i_explore New Member

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    Jul 24, 2009
    Kentucky
    Nice to know there are a few of us out there that appreciate the older Mossberg 22's. While I am not a collector I have a 45b that my uncle gave me when I turned 14. I love that gun! If anyone could lead me to a trigger guard for it I would be appreciative.

    Good luck adding to your collection. :cool:
     
  15. i_explore

    i_explore New Member

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    Jul 24, 2009
    Kentucky
    Looks real similar to the 45b of which I am lookin for. Has he made a 45b yet or will any other model style that you know of fit the 45b
     
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