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Mossberg MVP Precision - Affordable Precision Rifle for the Modern Shooter

Mossberg MVP Precision - Affordable Precision Rifle for the Modern Shooter

Today we look at precision rifles with a focus on the Mossberg MVP Precision. 

While precision shooting has gained popularity in recent years, it often comes with a hefty price tag. However, Mossberg aims to change that with their budget-friendly MVP Precision rifle.

The MVP Precision is built around a chassis system designed to eliminate variables that can affect accuracy. 

Pete Moore from PCM Guns says, 'looks aren't everything', as he tests a Mossberg chassis system rifle that can really nail those tight groups.

If you’ve not checked out Pete’s latest video, be sure to click below.

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So, what sets the Mossberg MVP Precision rifle apart from the rest? The Forend, the Solid Aluminum Stock and the modular stock are some of its key features.

  • Forend: The forend is a simple tube that doesn't touch the barrel. This design prevents any contact with the barrel, ensuring shot consistency.
  • Solid Aluminum Stock: The middle section of the stock, which supports the action, is made of solid aluminium. The barrel action bolts directly into it, eliminating the need for bedding and promoting accuracy.
  • Modular Buttstock: The rifle features an AR-15-style buffer tube that allows for various buttstock options, enhancing customization and comfort.


The Mossberg MVP Precision comes with a set of impressive features:

  • Calibers: Available in 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Win.
  • Barrel Length: The Creedmoor variant boasts a 24-inch barrel, offering greater velocity.
  • LBA Trigger: Mossberg's own design, the adjustable LBA trigger, comes preset at 2.5 pounds, providing a crisp and consistent pull.
  • Enclosed Stock: The enclosed stock design streamlines the rifle's profile, making it easier to handle.
  • M-LOK Compatibility: The slim and free-float forend supports M-LOK accessories, although it doesn't include a Picatinny rail.
  • Magazine: Equipped with a 10-round Magpul PMag, it accepts .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor cartridges.

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“It’s an absolute steal in my opinion. And it really shoots well.” - Pete 

In his video, Pete tests two types of ammunition with the MVP Precision: Lapua's 123-grain Scenar Match and a 140-grain soft point hunting load. The results were impressive:

  • 123-grain Scenar Match: The average velocity was 2794 fps, with a 0.414-inch group.
  • 140-grain Soft Point: The average velocity was 2684 fps, with a remarkable 0.355-inch group.

In the world of precision rifles, the Mossberg MVP Precision stands out as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. 

Priced at £1550, it's a remarkable value for the modern shooter looking to venture into precision shooting.

If you're interested in affordable precision without breaking the bank, the Mossberg MVP Precision is worth considering. 

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