Item No: OFM27212 Mfr# 27212

Mossberg 100 ATR All Purpose Bolt Action Scoped Rifle

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Mossberg 100 ATR All Purpose Bolt Action Scoped Rifle
For generations, Mossberg has built reliable, quality firearms at an unparalleled value. This American-made bolt action rifle is the first we've introduced in over 20 years. Take it into the field and you'll agree; it was well worth the wait.


  • Model: 100 ATR Short Action
  • Type: Rifle
  • Action: Bolt Action
  • Caliber: 243 Win
  • Rate-of-Twist: 1-in-10
  • Barrel Length: 22 Inches
  • Nominal Overall Length: 42 Inches
  • Stock: Synthetic
  • Finish: Matte Blue
  • Additional Info: Top Load Magazine
  • Additional Info: Fluted Barrel and Adjustable Trigger
  • Additional Info: 3-9x40mm Variable Scope

The Mossberg 100 ATR All Purpose Bolt Action Scoped Rifle has everything you need to make the most of the season: pinpoint accuracy, smooth action and big-game calibers. The rifle is offered in four widely popular calibers: .270 Win, .30-06 Sprg., .243 Win and .308 Win., and features a free-floating, button-rifled barrel. This powerful combination delivers a high level of accuracy unheard of in a value-priced centerfire rifle. A side lever safety is utilized for convenience and safety afield, and the all-steel, machined receiver provides the 100 ATR with positive lock-up for consistent operation. This rifle delivers high performance without the high maintenance.

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