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This thread is an attempt to capture most of the pages from the beloved Damguy site that we have relied on for many years. Many of the pictures on the site are hosted on another site that is no longer working and would not be recoverable without legal intervention. Although the information contained herein began as a direct copy and paste from both sites, it is not intended to replace the site. More of a back up in the event it were to go down. I know much work has gone in to creating such a site and it would be a shame to lose all of the data and pictures. In the event errors are identified, I will go back and make corrections.

Not all of the pictures have been recovered. I tried to note those instances. So, if anyone has them on their local PC, please feel free to send them my way (jbrentd953 at gmail dot com) and I will make every attempt to add them.
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A Brief History of the Early Years

Iver, Oscar & Harold

Oscar F. Mossberg, a native of Sweden, came to the United States in 1886. Soon after his arrival he joined with the Iver Johnson Corporation in the bicycle plant. Fortunately his interests lied more in the firearms side of the plant and his unique development of the "Hammer the Hammer" action that made Iver Johnson revolvers famous.

After a few years Mossberg left Iver Johnson for a job as Superintendent of the Shattuck Arms Company, maker of fine palm pistols, revolvers and shotguns.

In 1900 he signed on with the Stevens Arms Corporation and stayed there for the next 14 years.

In 1914 he joined the newly founded Marlin-Rockwell Corporation in the manufacture and development of light machine guns. He stayed until the company went belly up in 1919.

In 1919 with the partnership of his two sons Iver and Harold, O.F. Mossberg and Sons was born. The motto of O.F. Mossberg and Sons has always been to put out a quality product at an affordable price. In their infancy that rule always applied. The profit margin was only pennies but the product was so good that the company grew in leaps and bounds.

Mossberg was a firearm innovator and had many firsts...
  • First to produce a man sized rifle for an affordable price.
  • First to offer a complete rifle and telescopic rifle sight package for one price.
  • First to offer a rifle with all the necessary accessories, sling, swivels, peep sights, telescopic sight, etc.
  • First to drop the military finger grooved forearm styling.
  • First to produce a spotting scope with stand at an affordable price.
  • First to produce a range finding telescopic sight.

In 1937 the world lost a great innovator but Oscars sons continued to follow their fathers philosophy and produce reasonably priced quality firearms and accessories for years to come.
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Excerpts from a letter dated 1954 on rifling of Mossberg 22 lr rifles.

STANDARD .22 CALIBER BARREL SPECIFICATIONS ON MODELS PRIOR TO 1951
"The lead was right hand, and all were made with a twist of one revolution in 16". The grooves 0.084, lands 0.086 wide and 0.0025 deep, plus or minus 0.0002. The rifling concentric with the bore. The bore 0.217 plus or minus, 0.0005. Made with four or five grooves."
SPECIFICATIONS FOR BARRELS SINCE OCTOBER 1951
"Lead, one turn in 16" right hand. Grooves, eight. Diameter to top of rifling 0.2225 - 0.0005. width of land 0.045 - 0.046. Width of Groove 0.045 - 0.046."

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications - The Letter Models

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Model B Bolt action single shot rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 22" barrel. Plain pistol grip stock, birch with walnut finish. Ivory bead front sight, open rear, adjustable for elevation only. Made 1930-1932.

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Model C Bolt action single shot rifle.




  • Single shot bolt action rifle. Made 1931-1932

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Model K slide action repeater.


  • Hammerless, takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine, holds (14)lr, (16)l, (20)s. 22" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Plain straight grip walnut stock, grooved slide handle. Ivory bead front sight, model K rear sight. Made 1922-1931.

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Model L single shot rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Martini type falling block lever action. Plain pistol grip walnut stock and semi-beaver tail forearm, case hardened butt plate. Ivory bead front sight, model L rear sight. Made 1929-1932.

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Model M slide action repeater.

  • Hammerless, takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine, holds (14)lr, (16)l, (20)s. 24" octagonal barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Pistol grip walnut stock, grooved slide handle. Ivory bead front sight, model L rear sight. Made 1928-1931.

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Model R bolt action repeater.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine. 24" barrel. Plain pistol grip walnut stock. Ivory bead front sight, model L rear sight. Last model with "Letter" designation, switched to "Number" designation in 1933. Made 1930-1932.

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Model S slide action repeater.


  • Hammerless, takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine. 19.75" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Plain straight grip walnut stock, grooved slide handle. Ivory bead front sight, model K rear sight. Made 1927-1931.
  • One recently sold on GunBroker (7/1/07) for $1380.00


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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 10 through 34

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Model 10 Bolt action single shot rifle.

  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 22" barrel. Weight 4 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch, walnut finished stock with finger grooves and swivels and 5/8" sling. No. 133 gold bead front sight, No. 2 rear sight. Made 1933-1935.

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Model 14 bolt action single shot rifle.



  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 5.25 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch walnut finished stock with semi beaver tail forearm made to NRA specifications, sling and 1.25" swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1934-1935.

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Model 20 bolt action single shot rifle.




  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 4.5 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock with finger grooves made to NRA specifications, 7/8" sling and swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 133 gold bead front sight, No. 2 rear sight. Made 1933-1935.

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Model 21 bolt action single shot rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 4.5 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock with finger grooves made to NRA specifications, 7/8" sling and swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 133 gold bead front sight, No. 2 rear sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1933-1935.

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Model 25/25A bolt action single shot rifle.


[LIST][*]Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech with walnut finish stock with semi beavertail forearm. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 2 rear sight and a No. 3 receiver sight. 1.25" swivels.[*]Model 25 made 1935-1936

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[*]Model 25A (drilled and tapped for scope) made 1936-1938

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Model 26B/26C bolt action single shot rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. (26B) 26" barrel, (26C) 24" barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch walnut finished stock, 1.25"swivels (26C no swivels). (26B) No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. 4 receiver sight. (26C) No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight.
  • Model 26B, 26C made 1938-1941.

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Model 30 bolt action single shot rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 4.5 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock, forearm with finger grooves made to NRA specifications. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1933-1935.

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Model 34 bolt action single shot rifle.

  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s. 24" barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch with walnut finish stock with semi beavertail forearm made to NRA specifications. 1.25" swivels. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1934-1935.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 35 through 40


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Model 35 Target grade bolt action single shot rifle.




  • 22 lr. 26" 13/16" diameter heavy barrel. Weight 8.25 lbs. Large walnut target stock with full pistol grip, cheekpiece, full beavertail forearm made to NRA specifications, 1.25" swivels. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight, and a Lyman No. 17 front globe sight was available as an option. Made 1935-1937.

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Model 35A/35A-LS bolt action single shot rifle.

  • 22 lr. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8.25 lbs. Walnut oil finished target stock with cheekpiece, full pistol grip and extra long beavertail forearm, 1.25" swivels. (35A) No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight, with No. 4A four aperture eyepiece. (35A-LS) Lyman 17A front sight, Lyman No. 57M receiver sight. Made 1937-1938.

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Model 35B bolt action single shot target rifle.


  • 22 lr. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8.5 lbs. Walnut oil finished pistol grip target stock with cheek piece, 1.25" swivels, 4 position adjustable front swivel. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. 4 receiver sight. Made 1938-1940.

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Model 40 bolt action repeater.




  • Takedown, 22 lr, tubular magazine, holds 16 lr. 24" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Plain pistol grip walnut stock, forearm with finger grooves made to NRA specifications. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1933-1935.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 42 through 43

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Model 42 bolt action repeater.

  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Pistol grip stock made to NRA specifications, 1.25" swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S134 rear sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1935-1937.

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Model 42A/L42A bolt action repeaters.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, 8-shot detachable box magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch walnut finished stock made to NRA specifications, 1.25" swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 2 rear sight, No. 3 receiver sight, (No. 3 left hand on L42A). (42A) made 1937-1938. (L42A) made 1937-1938.

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Model 42B/42C bolt action repeaters.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, 5-shot detachable box magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch walnut finished stock, 1.5" swivels (42C no swivels). Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. 4 receiver sight (42C no No. 4). Made 1938-1941.

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Model 42M bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr,l,s, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 23" barrel. Weight 6.75 lbs. Two-piece Mannlicher type stock with cheekpiece and pistol grip, swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. 4 receiver sight. Made 1940-1944.
  • Model 42M(a) Change in extractors, made 1944-1945.
  • Model 42M(b) S100 sight replaced No.4, made 1945-1947.
  • Model 42M(c) S130 sight replaced S100, S107 replaced S102, made 1947-1950.

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Model 43/L43 bolt action repeaters.



  • Speedlock adjustable trigger pull. 22 lr, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 26" 13/16" diameter heavy barrel. Weight 8.25 lbs. Walnut oil finished target stock with cheekpiece, full pistol grip, beavertail forearm, 4 position adjustable front swivel, 1.25" quick detachable swivels. Adjustable trigger 2.5 to 5 pounds. (L43) same specifications as model 43 with exception of left handed action. (43) No. S106 ramp front sight or Lyman No. 17A globe front sight, Lyman No. 57M receiver sight. (L43) No. S106 ramp front sight or Lyman no. 17A globe front sight, Lyman No. 57M receiver sight on a special left handed base. Made 1937-1938.

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Model 43B bolt action target rifle.

  • 22 lr, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8 lbs. Walnut oil finished target stock with full pistol grip, cheekpiece, beavertail forearm, 4 position adjustable front swivel. Lyman no. 17A globe front sight, Lyman No. 57M receiver sight. Made 1938-1939.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 44 through 45

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Model 44 bolt action repeater.



  • Takedown, 22 lr, tubular magazine holds 16 lr. 24" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Plain pistol grip stock with semi beavertail forearm, 1.25" swivels. No. 1A Ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1934-1935.

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Model 44B bolt action target rifle.


  • 22 lr, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8 lbs. Walnut oil finished target stock with full pistol grip, cheekpiece, beavertail forearm, 4 position adjustable front swivel. No S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight. Made 1938-1941.

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Model 44US bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr, 7-shot detachable box magazine. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8.5 lbs. Target stock, swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S100 receiver sight. Made 1943-1945.
  • Model 44US(a) adjustable trigger pull added, made 1944-1946.
  • Model 44US(b) change mad in extractors, made 1946-1947.
  • Model 44US(c) S130 sight replaced S100, made 1947-1948.
  • Model 44US(d) new front swivel, 3 position, made 1948-1949.

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**FOUND**Disassembly/Assembly of Mossberg 44US
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Model 45 Bolt action repeater.

  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine holds 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 24" barrel. Weight 6.75lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock, 1.25" swivels. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 3 receiver sight. Made 1935-1937.

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Model 45A/S45A/L45AC/45AC bolt action repeaters.






  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine holds 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 24" barrel. Weight 6.75 lbs. Plain pistol grip birch walnut finished stock, 1.25" swivels. (45A) No. 1A front ramp sight, No. 2 rear sight, No. 3 receiver sight. (L45AC) No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 2 rear sight, left hand No. 3 receiver sight, (45AC) No. S138 front sight, No. 2 rear sight. Made 1937-1938.

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Model 45B/45C Bolt action repeaters.




  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine, 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 24" barrel. Weight 6.25 lbs. Plain pistol grip beech or birch walnut finished stock, 1.25" swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. (45B) No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S100 receiver sight. (45C) No iron sights, scope use only.
  • Model 45B, S102 rear, made 1938-1940.

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  • Model 45C, made 1935-1937.


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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 46 through 51

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Model 46 Bolt action repeater.

  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine, 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 26" barrel. Weight 7.5 lbs. Pistol grip walnut stock with cheekpiece, full beavertail forearm, 1.25" swivels. Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight with 4A four hole aperture. Made 1935-1937.

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Model 46A/46AC/46A-LS/L46A-LS Bolt action repeaters.




  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 26" barrel. Weight 7.25 lbs. Pistol grip walnut oil finished stock with cheekpiece and beavertail forearm made to NRA specifications, quick detachable swivels. (46A) No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 2 rear sight, No. 4 receiver sight with 4A four hole aperture. (46AC) No. 1A ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight with 4A four hole aperture. (46A-LS) Lyman No. 17A globe front sight, No. 2 rear sight, Lyman No. 57MS receiver sight. (L46A-LS) Lyman No. 17A globe front sight, No. 2 rear sight, Lyman No. 57MS receiver sight with left hand adapter. Made 1937-1938.

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Model 46B Bolt action repeater.


  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 26" barrel. Weight 7 lbs. Plain pistol grip walnut oil finished stock with cheekpiece and swivels. Adjustable trigger 2.5 to 5 pounds. Postwar version had full tubular magazine 20(lr), 23(l), 30(s). Chrome plated bolt, handle and trigger. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight with 4A four hole aperture, S102 rear. Made 1938-1946.
  • Model 46B(a) same as 46B except fitted with S100 receiver sight, S107 rear, made 1946-1947.
  • Model 46B(b) same as 46B except fitted with S130 receiver sight, S107 rear, made 1947-1949.

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Model 46C Bolt action repeater.
  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine, 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 26" 13/16" diameter heavy barrel. Weight 8.5 lbs. Pistol grip walnut target stock with cheekpiece, full beavertail forearm, 1.25" swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight with 4A four hole aperture. Made 1936-1937.
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Model 46M Bolt action repeater.

  • 22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine, 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 23" barrel. Weight 7 lbs. Two piece Mannlicher stock with cheekpiece and pistol grip, swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight, S107 rear. Made 1940 - 1945.
  • Model 46M(a) S100 sight replaces No. 4, made 1945-1947.
  • Model 46M(b) S130 sight replaces S100, made 1947-1952.

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Model 50 auto loading rifle.


  • Takedown, 22 lr, 15 shot tube magazine in butt stock. 24" barrel. Weight 7.25 lbs. Plain stock. No. 2R hooded front sight, No. S102 rear sight. Made 1939-1942.

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Model 51 auto loading rifle.

  • Takedown, 22 lr, 15 shot tube magazine in butt stock. 24" barrel. Weight 7.25 lbs. Cheekpiece stock with full pistol grip and beavertail forearm, swivels. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. S100 receiver sight. Made 1939 only.
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Model 51M auto loading rifle.

  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine. Barrel 20". Weight 7 lbs. Two piece Mannlicher stock with pistol grip, cheekpiece, swivels. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S102 rear sight, No. S100 receiver sight. Made 1939-1946.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 140 through 144

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Model 140B bolt action sporter-target rifle.

  • 22 lr, l, s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 24.5" barrel. Weight 5.75 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with cheekpiece, pistol grip and swivels, S106 front sight, S137 rear sight, S130 Microclick sight.. Made 1957-1958.

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Model 140K bolt action repeater.

  • 22 lr, l, s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 24.5" barrel. Weight 5.75 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with cheekpiece, pistol grip and swivels, S133 Front sight, S134 rear sight. Made 1955-1958.

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Model 142A bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr, l, s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with pistol grip, hinged forearm pulls down to form handgrip, swivels mounted on left side of stock. No. S109 front sight, No. S108 receiver sight. Made 1949-1957.

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Model 142K bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr, l, s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with pistol grip, hinged forearm pulls down to form handgrip, swivels mounted on left side of stock. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1953-1957.

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Model 142M bolt action repeater.

  • 22 lr, l, s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 23" barrel. Weight 6-1/2 lbs. Two-piece Mannlicher type stock with cheekpiece and pistol grip, swivels. No. S101 front sight, No. S107 rear sight, No. S130 Peep sight. Made ??-??.

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Model 144 bolt action target rifle.


  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8 lbs. Pistol grip target stock, beavertail forearm, adjustable and stop, swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. S137 rear sight, No. S130 receiver sight. Made 1949-1954.

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Model 144LS bolt action target rifle.



  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 26" heavy barrel. Weight 8 lbs. Pistol grip target stock, beavertail forearm, adjustable and stop, swivels. Lyman No. 17A globe front sight, Lyman No. 57M receiver sight, (receiver sight is No. S331 in 1968). Made 1954-1960.

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  • 144LS-A Made 1960-1979.

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  • 144LS-B Made 1979-1985.

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  • Seems there has been allot of debate on the production dates of the 144 LSB, there are quite a few folks who purchased these rifles as early as 1967, hopefully the production dates snafu will be resolved soon.


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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 146 through 151
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Model 146B/146B-A bolt action repeater.



  • Takedown, 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine holds 20(lr), 23(l), 30(s). 26" barrel. Weight 7 lbs. Plain stock with pistol grip, Monte Carlo comb and cheekpiece, knob for end tip, swivels. (146B) No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S107 rear sight, No. S130 receiver sight, Made 1949-1954.
  • Model 146B-A, No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S137 rear sight, No. S130 receiver sight, made 1954-1958.

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Model 151M auto loading rifle.


  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine. Barrel 20". Weight 7 lbs. Two piece Mannlicher stock with pistol grip, cheekpiece, swivels. Complete action is instantly removable without the use of tools. No. 1A ramp front sight, No. S107 rear sight, No. S100 receiver sight. Made 1946-1947.
  • Model 151M(a), S130 sight replaces S100, made 1947-1948.
  • Model 151M(b), plastic buttplate replaces steel, made 1948-1954.
  • Model 151M(c), replaces S107 sight with S137, made 1954-1958.

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Model 151K auto loading rifle.




  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine. Barrel 24". Weight 6 lbs. Plain stock with Monte Carlo comb, and cheekpiece, pistol grip, knob fore end tip. No. S180 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1950-1951.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 152 through 333
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Model 152 auto loading carbine.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with pistol grip, hinged forearm pulls down to form hand grip, sling mounted swivels on left side of stock. No. S109 front sight, No. S108 receiver sight. Made 1948-1957.

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Model 152K auto loading carbine.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with pistol grip, hinged forearm pulls down to form hand grip, sling mounted swivels on left side of stock. No. S133 front sight, S134 rear sight. Made 1950-1957.

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Model 320B Boy Scout target rifle.

  • 22 lr,l,s, single shot with automatic safety. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Walnut stock with Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. S134 rear sight, No. S330 receiver sight. Made 1960-1971.

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Model 320K hammerless bolt action single shot.


  • 22 lr,l,s, single shot, drop in loading platform, with automatic safety. 24" barrel. Weight 5.75 lbs. Walnut stock with Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S138 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1958-1960.
  • Model 320K-A, made 1960-1968.

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Model 321B bolt action single shot.


  • 22 lr,l,s, single shot. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. 4505 rear sight, No. S330 receiver sight. Made 1972-1975.

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Model 321K bolt action single shot.

  • 22 lr,l,s, single shot. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. 4505 rear sight. Made 1972-1980.

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Model 333 auto loading carbine.


  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine. 20" barrel. Weight 6.25 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm, barrel band, swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. 4505 rear sight. Made 1972-1973.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 340 through 350
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Model 340B hammerless bolt action target sporter.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, cheekpiece, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. S127 rear sight, No. S330 receiver sight. Made 1958-1960.

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  • 340B-A made 1960-1968.

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Model 340K hammerless bolt action repeater.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1958-1960.

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    See Above (340B)
  • 340K-A made 1960-1971.

    Exploded View

    See Above (340B)
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Model 340M hammerless bolt action repeater.

  • Recent Prices Sold for 10/11/2008 $533.91
  • Recent Prices Sold for 02/20/2009 $655.01
  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18.25" barrel. Weight 5.25 lbs. Mannlicher type stock with swivels and sling. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1970-1971.
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Model 341 bolt action repeater.

  • 22 lr,l,s, 7 shot detachable magazine. 24" barrel. weight 6.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. 4505 rear sight. 1972-1995.

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Model 342K hammerless bolt action carbine.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Stock has no cheekpiece, extension forearm is hinged, pulls down to form handgrip, sling swivels and web strap on left side of stock.. No. S109 front sight, No. S134 rear sight, No. S108 receiver sight. 342 made 1957-1959.
  • 342K made 1957-1960.
  • 342K-A made 1960-1974.
  • 342K-B ??
  • 342K-C ??

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Model 346B hammerless bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine (18)lr, (20)l, (25)s. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb, cheekpiece, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. S134 rear sight, No. S330 receiver sight. Made 1958-1960.

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    General Instructions
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  • 346B-A made 1960-1968.

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Model 346K hammerless bolt action repeater.


  • 22 lr,l,s, tubular magazine (18)lr, (20)l, (25)s. 24" barrel. Weight 6.5 lbs. Walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb, cheekpiece, pistol grip, sling swivels. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1958-1960.

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    See Above (346B)
  • 346K-A made 1960-?. Exploded View

    Exploded View

    See Above (346B)
  • 346K-B made ?
  • 346K-C made ?-1971
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Model 350K auto loading rifle.


  • 22 lr,l,s(high speed), 7 shot detachable box magazine. 23.5" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1958-1960.

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  • 350K-A made 1960-1971.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 351 through 380
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Model 351C auto loading carbine.

  • 22 lr, tubular magazine in butt stock (15)lr. 18.5" barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Western carbine style stock, barrel band, sling swivels. No. S138 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1965-1971.

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Model 351K auto loading sporter.

  • 22 lr, tubular magazine in butt stock (15)lr. 24" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip. No. S138 front sight, No. S134 rear sight. Made 1953-1960.

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  • 351K-A made 1960-1971.

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    General Instructions
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Model 352K auto loading carbine.



  • 22 lr,l,s, 7 shot detachable box magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Monte Carlo stock, pistol grip, extension forearm or Tenite is hinged, pulls down to form hand grip, sling swivels, web strap. No. S109 front sight, No. S134 rear sight, No. S108 receiver sight. Made 1957-1958.
  • 352 made 1957-1959.
  • 352K-A made 1958-1960.
  • 352K-B made 1960-1971.

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Model 353 auto loading carbine.

  • 22 lr, 7 shot detachable magazine. 18" barrel. Weight 5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with checkered pistol grip and forearm, black Tenite extension pulls down to form hand grip. No. S320 ramp front sight, No. 4505 rear sight. Made 1972-1985.

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Model 377 "Plinkster" auto loading rifle.

  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine in butt stock. 20" barrel. Weight 6.25 lbs. Thumbhole stock with roll over cheekpiece, Monte Carlo comb, checkered forearm, molded of polystyrene foam in walnut finish. No sights, Bushnell 4x15 bullet drop compensating scope mounted from factory. Made 1977-1984.

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Disassembly/Assembly of Mossberg 377 Plinkster Rifle
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Model 380 auto loading rifle.

  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine in butt stock. 20 " barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Made 1980-1985.

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Mossberg 22 Rimfire Models & Specifications – Models 400 through 432
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Model 400 "Palomino" Lever Action rifle.


  • 22 lr,l,s, hammerless; tubular magazine (15)lr, (17)l, (20)s. 24" barrel. Weight 5.5 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with checkered pistol grip, semi beavertail forearm. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight, receiver drilled for Lyman No. 66MC receiver sight. Made 1959-1960.
  • 400-A made 1960-1969.

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Model 402 "Palomino" carbine.


  • 22 lr,l,s, hammerless; tubular magazine (13)lr, (15)l, (18)s. 18.5" barrel(1961-1964);20" barrel(1964-1971). Weight 4.75 lbs. Monte Carlo stock with checkered pistol grip, forearm with barrel band, swivels. No. S133 front sight, No. S134 rear sight, receiver drilled for Lyman No. 66MC receiver sight. Made 1961-1971.
  • 402A made 1970-1971. Larger forearm.

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Model 430 auto loading rifle.

  • 22 lr, 18 shot tubular magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 6.25lbs. Monte Carlo stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm. Made 1970-1971.

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Model 432 western style auto loading rifle.

  • 22 lr, 15 shot tubular magazine. 24" barrel. Weight 6 lbs. Plain straight grip carbine style stock and forearm, barrel band, sling swivels. Made 1970-1971.

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Mossberg 22 LR Micro Click, Peep, Aperture, Receiver Sights – Page 1
  • Receiver sights were on 0.625" centers and used 10-32 screw size.
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No. 4/S104







Note No.4a Aperture
  • Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws; elevation is adjusted with thumbscrew in conjunction with turning the 1/8 minute click knurled knob to move eyepiece to desired location, then lock into place with thumb screw; windage adjusted by loosening screw in eyepiece to desired setting, turning 1/8 minute knurled knob to move eyepiece to desired setting, retighten eyepiece to lock into place. Windage arm is spring-loaded and will swing out of way to facilitate use of scope or rear sight; black painted alloy; pre 1945.
  • US Patent #2061040
    Detailed Instructions
  • The graduations on the elevation and windage screws with corresponding clicks, represent 1/8 minute adjustments, equivalent to 1/8" at 100 yards, 1/16" at 50 yards, or 1/32" at 25 yards. It is well to remember to move the rear sight in the direction in which it is desired to move the bullet on the target. If the rifle shoots low raise aperture by FIRST loosening elevation unlock screw slightly then turn elevation adjusting screw to the left or counter clockwise. If rifle shoots high lower aperture by FIRST loosening elevation lock screw slightly then turning elevation screw to the right or clockwise. When proper elevation is located TIGHTEN elevation lock screw. If rifle shoots to left move aperture to RIGHT by first loosening aperture disc, then turn windage adjusting nut to left or counter clockwise. If rifle shoots to right move aperture to left by FIRST loosening aperture disc then turn windage adjusting nut to right or clockwise. When proper windage is located TIGHTEN aperture disc. To swing peep sight out of way, loosen the elevation locking screw and turn peep sight until cross arm is parallel to barrel and then tighten elevation locking screw.
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No. 3




  • Mounts to left side of receiver with a large coin slotted thumbscrew that doubles a elevation lock screw. To adjust elevation loosen the thumbscrew, operate the cam to raise or lower the eyepiece to the desired height and tighten the thumbscrew to lock the setting into place. To adjust windage loosen the windage locknut, screw the windage adjusting nut until eyepiece is in desired location and retighten windage nut. There is an extra aperture included that is stored by screwing onto windage locking nut. Stamped steel and forged construction. Special thanks to Displaced Hoosier for the hang tag instructions.
    Detailed Instructions
  • When sighting a rifle for target work adjust the elevation first. If rifle shoots low, raise the rear sight by loosening elevation lock nut and moving cam to the rear or toward you. One graduation on cam will move the bullet's point of impact approximately 5/16" at 25 yards, 5/8" at 50 yards, and 1 1/4" at 100 yards. When elevation is secured, tighten lock nut.
  • If the rifle shoots to the left, loosen windage adjustment lock nut and turn the notched nut toward front end of the rifle. If it shoots to the right, turn the notched nut toward you. Then tighten lock nut. One quarter turn or notch is equivalent to approximately 5/32" at 25 yards, 5/16" at 50 yards, or 5/8" at 100 yards.
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S-100



  • Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws; elevation adjusted by turning knurled 1/8 minute thimble on elevation staff to correct setting; windage adjusted by loosening eyepiece, turning 1/8 minute knurled knob on windage arm until at correct setting then retighten eyepiece. Stamped steel and forgings.
    Detailed Instructions
  • The graduations on the elevation and windage screw knobs with corresponding clicks, represent 1/2 minute adjustment, equivalent to 1/2" change of bullet impact at 100 yards, 1/4" at 50 yards or 1/8" at 25 yards. It is well to remember to move the rear sight in the direction in which it is desired to move the bullet on the target. If the rifle shoots low, raise the aperture by turning the elevation screw to the left, marked "up" on the elevation nut, or counter clockwise. If the rifle shoots high, turn the elevation screw to the right, or clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the left, move aperture to the right by turning the windage screw to the left, or counter clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the right, move aperture to the left by turning the windage screw to the right, or counter clockwise.
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S-108




  • Mounts to left hand side of receiver with 2 screws. Elevation adjusted by loosening a large thumbscrew on base, manually moving eyepiece to desired height and retightening thumbscrew. Windage is adjusted by loosening the eyepiece, manually moving eyepiece to desired setting and retightening eyepiece. Elevation staff is marked "0,1,2,3,4" with point marks. No other markings, stamped steel construction.

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Mossberg 22 LR Micro Click, Peep, Aperture, Receiver Sights – Page 2
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S-130



  • Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws; elevation adjusted by turning knurled 1/8 minute thimble on elevation staff to correct setting; windage adjusted by loosening eyepiece, turning 1/8 minute knurled knob on windage arm until at correct setting then retighten eyepiece. Stamped steel and forgings.
    Detailed Instructions
  • The graduations on the elevation and windage screw knobs with corresponding clicks, represent 1/2 minute adjustments, equivalent to 1/2" change of bullet impact at 100 yards, 1/4" at 50 yards or 1/8" at 25 yards. It is well to remember to move the rear sight in the direction in which it is desired to move the bullet on the target. If the bullet shoots low, raise the aperture by turning the elevation screw to the left, marked "up" on the elevation nut, or counter clockwise. If the rifle shoots high, turn the elevation screw to the right, or clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the left, move the aperture to the right by turning windage screw to the left, or counter clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the right, move aperture to the left by turning windage screw to the right, or clockwise.
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S-330






  • Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws; has longer extension style base to place aperture closer to eye; elevation & windage 1/8 minute adjustable; loosing large locking screw on base allows entire windage arm to be removed from sight base; forged aluminum with steel fittings.
    Detailed Instructions
  • The graduations on the elevation and windage screw knobs with corresponding clicks, represent 1/4 minute adjustments equivalent to 1/4" change of bullet impact at 100 yards, 1/8" at 50 yards or 1/16" at 25 yards. It is well to remember to move the rear sight in the direction in which it is desired to move the bullet on the target. If the rifle shoots low, raise the aperture by turning the elevation screw counter-clockwise. If the rifle shoots high, turn the elevation screw clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the left, move aperture to the right by turning the windage screw counter clockwise. If the rifle shoots to the right, move aperture to the left by turning the windage screw clockwise.
  • To remove the sight, loosen the lock screw on the rear of the sight and lift straight up on the sight which will slide out of the base. When the sight is replaced in the base and the lock screw tightened the sight will be in the exact same place and no adjustment will be necessary.
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S-331



  • Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws; elevation & windage 1/8 minute adjustable; loosing large locking screw on base allows entire windage arm to be removed from sight base; forged aluminum with steel fittings.
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Lyman 57MS


  • Sight features push button quick release; 1/4 minute adjustments & knurled knobs; steel construction; introduced 1938.
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Parker Hale PH-16D




  • Parker Hale PH-16D, Mounts to left side of receiver with 2 screws, fits the Mossberg factory screw hole pattern no drilling or tapping required. This was installed onto some M42MB's as the British thought the No. 4 was an inferior sight. It is micro adjustable and swings out 90 degrees to allow the use of a rear sight. Photo (4) describes the features of sporterized rifles returned to the United States, very interesting. Special thanks to "JFK" a .22 trainer collector for the photos and information.
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Williams 5D Receiver Sights

  • As per Williams 1972 Catalog
  • Model 5D-46M will fit: Mossberg 46, 26, 42, 44, 50, 51, 151, 352's
  • Model 5D-620 will fit: Mossberg 620K's, 640K's, 340's, 342's, 346's, 350's, 351's

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