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Mossberg Model 35

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Stoney, Jul 5, 2007.

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  1. Stoney

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    Any Mossberg fans here. This is my model 35 after restoration. The model 35 was only made for two or three years in the 1930's. A real tack driver single shot heavy barrel rifle. You don't see many, Im lucky enough to have two.
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  2. crooks420

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    Nice looking rifle.

    Jesse
     
  3. Stoney

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    Thank you sir, are you a Mossberg fan?
     
  4. Bill B.

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    Very nicely done! I have a Mossberg 146 B-A that gets shots quite a bit and have owned several others over the years. Extremely good shooting .22 rifles! Collector pricing is making them a lot more unaffordable in the last several years.
     
  5. Stoney

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    Mossbergs have been going up in cost the last several years thanks to sites like gunbroker and auctionarms. Lot's of people are finding out what a great rifle the Mossbergs can be. The walnut stocks on some models can be real nice, matching much more expensive rifles of the same era.
     
  6. BrocLuno

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    All my Mossy's are shotguns, but that's a fine looking rifle and well done on the refinsh :)

    Am looking at a used 308 ATR if the price is right. Mossberg has always made "interesting" rifles :)
     
  7. crooks420

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    Stoney, i have only recently become a mossberg fan; I was recently given a Mossberg Model 34 bolt-action single-shot .22 rifle. In researching this rifle, and shooting it, i have come to appreciate the old Mossbergs.
    My only issue right now is trying to locate a firing pin/ striker assembly... Mine is cracked.
    This is the rifle... no plans to refinish it, i like it the way it is. But now i want to get another to one to try my hand at restoring.

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    Jesse
     
  8. Bill B.

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    Not to steal a thread but try here for Mossberg parts:

    http://www.havlinsales.com/22rifle.htm
     
  9. crooks420

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    Thanks,
    I have tried Havlin, Numrich, and a few others..... no luck yet.

    Jesse
     
  10. Stoney

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