ghostrid3: on mine after 3 or more mags it will never fail, it will get jammed, the
casing wont eject or get pinched, even after numerous cleanings, very
frustriating, i would not buy this again thats for sure! should have went
ssr knives sean roberts: cool gun man!
Jason Baldwin: Id take my 715 over any m&p 22 any day
Jay Jenkins: nice tats bruh,, just picked up the mossy the other day,, cant wait to
blaze some rounds down range,, just in advance for the haters thats gonna
say its only a .22, ya freakin morons i got 40s 45s trey five 7s,, aks sks
all them,, this is just a play gun
DrexRetro: Well my brother in law has the Colt version of this 22 and the reviews of
this Mossberg dont look promising... So im leaning towards the S & W
cali_ninja: crazy question , can you take that top rail off ?
Will Stephens: nice hoodie , good vid man. Go Raiders
dodgesxrt: @snusface Yep. The Remington 597 VTR. Doesn't look near as nice as the
Mossberg and twice the freaking price. Trombley's is almost as over priced
as Bass Pro in Vaughn. I usually deal with Wolf's Den near Angus. Little
family owned shop with guys that actually know their crap. Bought my new
bow there last summer.
Bubba St. Jaques-Belanger: Check Your Page for a Question , Thanks Large Moose !
WeAreTwoDoorsDown: Get a S&W M&P 15-22 instead... It's much more ar-15-ish... I don't know how
to word that... It is more realistic. The mags are the same size, the bolt
handle is the same, ect.
BrentShiver: You can actually release the magazine from this gun without holding the
bolt back, or locking it into the rear position. The mag will pull out,
thus releasing the bolt into the forward position if you simply pull the
magazine out. This obviously requires you to cycle the bolt again... so its
really 6 of one half dozen of another as to which way is faster.
CrimsonFireCF: I handled one of these at my local Gander Mountain and this is probably the
cheapest feeling gun ever. Half of the mechanics on it are for show, you
can't take the back sight off, and the edges are really sharp. A word of
advice to everyone who wants a .22LR AR get a S&W M&P-15 22, it's more
expensive, but 100 times better!
81Donnie: Streetlegl you have to break it down before you shoot it and clean it I
just one one and I love it great 22 rifle
taisneeze: will they be banning 22lr like this?
snusface: @BulberBaby Thank you
Joey Medina: thanks for pointing out the trick to dropping the mag while leaving the
charging handle pulled back. I would've ended up damaging my mag
3030goalie: @TheDuckLewis You have to sure to clean right when get it out of the box
and clean about every 400 rounds or when your done shooting. That is what
works for mine
TheMlf: ANY Firearm is considered A gun, Now on to a real question how hard were
you dropped as A baby?
Ripley Mojica: I got long arms and everything..... Lmfao
Branden Hennessee: i bought a mossberg 702 which is the same gun as this except for the stock.
this is literally a 702 with a crapty ar copy stock around it. the .25
round mags are even compatible with the 702. I was very disapointed in the
quality of the 702. I have cleaned it and oiled it every time i have shot
it and it is worn slap out after about five thousand rounds, and jams every
3-5 rounds. i would not recomend getting this gun or the regular 702 to
anyone who wants a reliable or long lasting fire arm.
Miamistormz: Yea all assault style guns
chocodiesiocho: Raiders suck!!!!
pigpaul: how much did you pay, thanks!
david kessler: jesus did you swallow a saxophone?!?!
snusface: @dodgesxrt You talking about the Remington 597 VTR? I had two of those and
they were freaking garbage. The first one wouldn't work for me at all so I
exchanged it for another. It got sent back twice and it was still freaked.
Good choice on the Mossberg. I recommend cleaning it before shooting
because they put some dirty grease in it at the factory. Let me know how
you like it.
Mark Small: great vid man tons of info
Zofnok: Ignore the hater bro, this review is pretty neat. You seem like an honest
guy with trustworthly info. Thank you.
snusface: @mikep47 Have you used the new mag yet? I just picked up two of them and
was pretty disappointed. They wobble like crazy and they constantly fall
out of the gun while shooting. I fixed the wobble by wrapping tape around
the upper part of the mag but the damn things still fall out.
Jersey732Boy: Which bipod is that?
hoax3: @UlfrIronwood any ar-15 folding stock mossberg designed the gun so that
ar-15 accesories could be used with it.
Dylan Chitwood: that mag sucks i got a 25 for mine
bigmikeyc83: Looking back now that you've had it a while is it a better choice than say
the tiger 1022 tact ? How's it holding up? I've heard if u drop it it will
crack pretty easy .
MrToxicheyna7: how much did your entire set up cost?
snusface: @Sschmuke Its made by BSA. I dont remember the model. Its a crapty red dot
because every time you switch reticle colors, it has to be sighted in
again. your better off just getting a basic red dot.
darkwriter77 .: Nice-lookin' rifle. Haven't ever seen one locally, but if the price is
reasonable, it might be a nice alternative to either the Ruger 10/22 with a
different stock or that Armscor AR-15 copy, as far as cheap dedicated
AR-style .22 rifles go. Not too crazy about that mag release thing or the
lack of readily available hi-cap mags, though. Ten rounds of .22 LR goes
really fast when you're having fun plinkin'.
Jay Santiago: Thanks so much for the review !! just picked this gun up today
snusface: @Sschmuke it's a BSA tri color dot site. Can't remember what brand the
bobstone99: Hey bro, great video, very informative. I picked up my new tac 22 on the
way to the range yesterday and was not real impressed. The weapon jammed a
few times and the clip fell apart before 100 rounds went through it. I
should have read the directions about cleaning before first use, it made
all the difference. It's a great little rifle that looks pretty
intimidating. To bad we can't get larger caapacity clips in Cal., they go
quick As far as the qualitiy you get what you pay for. Thanks4vid Bob
Jason Koons: @handgunjakeisbad It's a great gun, despite what everyone else says. yes it
is polymer, the magazine does look a little tacky, and it's not "AR-ish"
enough for the purists...But the toyish looks of the gun, have nothing to
do with the performance! I do believe you would love this gun. I have 2
myself. one for my son, and one for myself. i prefer it over my Ruger
SuperWillisboy: Can you change the caliber of this rifle from a .22 to a .223? Please
Peter Batvinis: hay thanks you your help I just got one I pick up sat now I am glad I got
it now I and make look like its mine not fake thanks alot
Allen Beckett: Picked mine up for 217. at Cheaper than dirt
snusface: @bhennessee01 Yeah I recently started having similar problems with mine.
The 25 round mags caused even more problems with the gun. It was great at
the start but it really was not made to last.
COLT45keith: Iv'e seen better made BB guns...
mossyoaktoe: This review, like the raiders, sucks really really bad. Go CHIEFS!!!
Thomas Rubas: Mossberg is a good name - They are in New Haven Ct. - My state. I knew
someone who worked there years ago - I have a 22 from the 50's that is
PRE-SERIAL NUMBER made by Mossberg - Good quality rifles! Thanks for the
lee jenkins: 200 DOLLARS Where can you pick one up for 200? I wanted to get one for my
DareU2Tread: i shot 100 rounds it had one misfire, its reliable, cheap and accurate.Plus
if youre looking to get an AR-15, this has the same tactical look, but
SufficedMeteor: For less money and much higher quality get a Marlin 795, Savage 64, or
Ruger 10/22. If you want a tactical look there are many options for those I
listed. Don't buy the Mossberg. It's cheap, cheesy, and not made in the
dodgesxrt: @snusface I just checked out their site. Looks good. May have to check it
out sometime. I noticed they priced the tac .22 at $295. Is that what you
paid? I just checked Ellewood Epps site again and it's $245 for sure. Seems
freaking reasonable to me. Can't complain about that price