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Mossberg – MC1sc

Friday, January 4th, 2019


Mossberg is getting into the sub-compact carry pistol market with the release of the MC1sc. Taking some clear inspiration from other popular carry pistols on the market, the MC1sc is a slimline, sub-compact 9mm pistol with a polymer frame, and flat-profile trigger with integrated blade safety. Both the slide and barrel are stainless steel with a DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) black coating. The magazines that come with the MC1sc consist of a clear polymer body with a red follower, and come in 6-round flush fit and 7-round extended basepad configurations.

Safe Takedown System

Unique to the MC1sc is what Mossberg calls the ‘Safe Takedown System’, which requires the user to remove the striker assembly before being able to remove the slide from the frame. The Safe Takedown System also doesn’t require the trigger to be pulled before the pistol can be disassembled.


In addition to the base model, Mossberg is also offering the MC1sc with TRUGLO Tritium PRO night sights, equipped with a VIRIDIAN laser sight, or with an external cross-bolt safety (seen above).

SHOT Show 2018 – Mossberg 590M

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018


The 590M is a box magazine-fed variant of the 590 shotgun. All the standard features of the 590 shotgun are present with the 590M (dual extrators, ambi safety, heavy-walled barrel, etc.), however the magwell features stabilizing ribs that engage with the magazine when loaded to ensure solid lock-up. The magazines for the 590M are manufactured by Adaptive Tactical, and come in 5, 10, 15, and 20-round capacities. They are a double-stack design, with hardened steel feed lips, overmolded grips, a self-lubricating polymer body, and an ASTM-A-228 music wire magazine spring.

The Mossberg 590M will be offered in both a standard and tri-rail model, the later of which includes a heat shield and ghost ring sights. Both models will come with a single 10-round magazine, and are currently in production.

Rampart is Now the MIL/LE Supplier for Mossberg in Canada

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Rampart is proud to announce a new partnership with O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. to provide high quality firearms and accessories to the Canadian Military and Law Enforcement end user market. Rampart will be both demonstrating and providing test and evaluation units to agencies and teams across the country to ensure this storied brand receives the exposure it deserves. Rampart will also be offering Mossberg Products to members of our SHIELD Program, which rewards active serving and veteran members of Canadian Military and Law Enforcement with exclusive pricing on our collection of high quality equipment.

Since 1919, Mossberg has been the leader in introducing important design breakthroughs to the firearm industry. Many product features pioneered by Mossberg® are now the standards by which all modern firearms are judged. Never content with the status quo, Mossberg constantly strives to improve and update the capabilities of all Mossberg products.
Since 2010, Rampart International has dedicated itself to supplying the finest operational equipment to Canadian Military, Special Forces, Law Enforcement and First Responder Operators. Our motto is “Advancing the Operator,” a statement which drives us in every aspect of what we do.

Now Shipping – Magpul Accessories For Mossberg Shotguns

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Magpul Accessories for Mossberg Shotguns are now shipping! The SGA Stock, MOE Forend, Forward Sling Mount, and SGA Receiver Sling Mount are all now available in Mossberg Shotgun fitments. Black is shipping now, with FDE and Orange to follow.


The SGA Stock is an ambidextrous, user-configurable buttstock designed to add much-needed adjustability to the tried and true Mossberg 500/590/590A1 12ga series of shotguns. Featuring a spacer system for length of pull adjustment, improved grip ergonomics, recoil-reducing butt-pad, optional cheek risers for use with optics/raised sights, and other accessories, the Mossberg SGA brings Magpul design and engineering to another classic American firearm.

The MOE Forend is a drop-in replacement for the Mossberg 590/590A1 12ga shotguns, featuring an extended length and front/rear hand stops for improved weapon manipulation. Compatible with MOE rails, mounts, and accessories, the MOE Forend adds modularity to the proven Mossberg platform for sporting use, home defense, or duty use. MSRP $29.95

Forward and rear sling mounts are also now shipping in fitments for the Mossberg 500, 590, or 590A1.

Mossberg Flex System

Friday, January 27th, 2012

Here is a copy of the main marketing material that Mossberg was passing out at SHOT Show for their new Flex system that allows you to rapidly reconfigure 500/590 series scatterguns into a variety of setups. Wonder if any after market companies will build to the Tool-Less Locking System standard.

Mossberg Flex System

Friday, January 20th, 2012

You can’t deny that the Mossberg 500/590 series of shotguns are popular for both tactical as well as recreational pursuits. At SHOT Show 2012, Mossberg unveiled their new flex system that allows 11 models of shotguns to interchange furniture. This allows the shooter to configure his shotgun for a variety of uses.


The key to the system is the Tool-less Locking System which consists of a series of three connectors to quickly swap out stocks, forends and recoil pads.


Both of these configurations are the same shotgun and the changes were made in less than a minute.

Mossberg Does It Again

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Lat year it was the chainsaw shotgun and this year it’s the 464 SPX. Available in .22 and .30-30, this lever action is a looker. Offered complete with 6-position collapsible stock and tri-rail forend, it’s topped off with a flash suppressor.


Maybe Hornady’s New Zombie Ammo Isn’t Enough

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Tactical Fanboy has posted an interesting find; the Hornaday Zombie Ammo video. Considering how many rounds the “hero” had to put into those Zombies to take them down and the fact that he isn’t in the end of the video tells us that that ammo may need some work. Or…maybe it’s just the shooter and his gun.

Here is TF himself wielding the Mossberg 500 Chainsaw Shotgun.