Mossberg 702 Plinkster Magazine With Loader .22 LR 25 Rounds Polymer Black 95725

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Mossberg 702 Plinkster Magazine With Loader .22 LR 25 Rounds Polymer Black 95725
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Brand: Mossberg
MFR #: 95725
UPC: 884110957252
Item #: FC-884110957252
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Shoot more and then load faster with this Mossberg magazine and loader combo.

This factory Mossberg magazine is designed to hold 25 rounds of .22 Long Rifle ammunition and fits the Model 702 Plinkster Rimfire Rifle. The magazine is constructed from a black polymer and includes witness holes to allow you to keep track of how many rounds are left at a glance. As an added bonus, this magazine comes with a loading cap to help reloads go quickly and smoothly.

Leading by example since 1919, Mossberg continually introduces innovative, dependable firearm designs that become the new standard to beat. Though most famous for their array of specialized shotguns, this company also produces a large number of other firearms, including rifles and pistols. Mossberg strives to meet every shooter’s needs with top-quality products at affordable prices.

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Mossberg 702 Plinkster Magazine Features and Specifications:

Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
Capacity: 25 Rounds
Body: Black Polymer Construction
Follower: Red Polymer
Spring: Heat Treated Wire Spring
Includes Convenient Loading Cap

Fits: Mossberg International 702 Plinkster Rifle

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