First Look: Mossberg Partners with Red Jacket Firearms

Announced at the 2014 NRA Show in Indianapolis, Mossberg announced their partnership with Red Jacket Firearms.

Mossberg's rifles and shotguns have become staples in the industry for a wide variety of applications. Paired with customized attention from Red Jacket, the two companies teamed up to bring a new series of long guns to market with a tactical advantage.


Initial offerings will include customized Mossberg MVP rifles, as well as 500 FLEX and 590 shotguns.



The Mossberg MVP Red Jacket Tactical Target bolt-action line of rifles include 5.56 NATO and .300 Blackout variations; both of which use fluted bull barrels with suppressor-ready Red Jacket Shorty muzzle brakes. The rifles also feature mil-std. 1913 rails atop their receivers and adjustable triggers. Combined with a Mosscoat surface finish and an adjustable comb, a wide variety of shooters will find comfort when using these rifles.

The new series of firearms also includes a 500 FLEX Red Jacket Turkey/Security Shotgun combo and a 590 Red Jacket Tactical Shotgun. Both scatterguns are finished in Olive Drab (OD) Green with muzzle brakes and Magpul furniture.


These new offerings are becoming available mid-2014 and their MSRPs are not yet available.


Joe Meaux from Red Jacket Firearms introduces this new line of firearms:

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