This is an O. F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. Model 25A single-shot, bolt-action rifle chambered in .22 S-L-LR. The Model 25A was manufactured from 1933-1938. The gun has a 24" barrel. The bore is in very good condition with crisp rifling. Bluing on the barrel is 60-70%, with some rust pitting. Most of the bluing on the receiver is gone and their is some rust pitting on the receiver. The bluing on the bolt is completely gone.
The gun has a one-piece, uncheckered walnut pistol grip stock with front and rear swivels. The stock is in very good condition with no cracks. There are numerous minor scratches on the stock but for the age of the gun the stock looks very good. There is a hooded ramp front sight and an adjustable rear peep sight on this gun. There is also a rear adjustable blade sight on the gun. The gun is drilled and tapped for an older style side scope mount. We're not sure if the gun was drilled and tapped at the factory or if someone did it later on. There is no safety on the gun.
Overall this gun is in excellent condition mechanically and very good in appearance. Serial #None. STK. #8730.
This is a real nice vintage Mossberg .22, they don't make 'em like this anymore! This Model 25A would be the perfect gun for a youth starting out in the shooting sports or for anyone looking to redo a vintage single-shot, bolt-action.
This auction starts at a penny with no reserve. We run our items for the entire duration of the auction and will not cancel prior to the ending date.
We are a large full-service gun shop in the suburban Detroit area that has been in business for over 25 years.
We offer a 5 day return policy if not completely satisfied with this item. We accept most major credit cards [ No AmEx ], check or money order as payment. 10 day clearance on personal checks. Michigan residents please add 6% sales tax.
Shipping: $12.00 sent UPS Ground Service to the lower 48 states.
This is an O. F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. Model 25A single-shot, bolt-action rifle chambered in .22 S-L-LR. The Model 25A was manufactured from 1933-1938. The g
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