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Mossberg MC2c Optic Ready Review

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Published on 11 Sep 2022 / In Firearms

Each time bring a Mossberg pistol out people seem to be surprised they did not know Mossberg was making some nice compact and sub compact pistols. This new variation of the MC2c is the optic ready version with a deep cut so yo can still use your factory sights. This will be a 14 or 16 +1 design and you can carry it all day with its thin, light profile. I have tested 3 of these all have functioned flawlessly and perform quite well. The recoil is pretty flat, fast and the grip texture is great. To this day Mossberg is family owned and still producing quality products after 100 years of business.

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