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Where to Buy Mossberg: How To Find Dealer Near You

By    |   Tuesday, 05 May 2015 05:35 PM

Mossberg does not sell guns directly from its factory, and for a good reason: Local dealers know and should clearly explain gun laws and ownership requirements particular to the state in which they sell firearms. But the company does offer assistance on where to buy Mossberg guns.

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“They [local dealers] are the preferred information source regarding local laws, shooting ranges, and information on where to obtain firearm instructions, as well as firearm capabilities and nomenclature,” the Mossberg website said.

Consumers interested in knowing where to buy Mossberg guns can take advantage of an extensive list of dealers on the company website. You can search via zip code or scroll through the entire list in alphabetical order according to state. The directory includes a map locator.

Once you have found a Mossberg dealer in your area, check to see if the business has a website. This is the easiest way to see if a dealer has the gun you’re seeking. A larger dealer, especially a franchise, will likely be online.Gander Mountain, for example, has a website where you can view all of the Mossberg firearms sold in the store. A quick perusal shows roughly 210 Mossberg guns and accessories from which to choose. These range from the popular Mossberg 500 models to the 715P Duck Commander handgun. Most of the guns listed can be found in local Gander Mountain stores, which are primarily located from the middle of the country to the east. Others, especially used Mossberg guns, can be purchased online.

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After finding a Mossberg dealer and homing in on the firearm you like, it’s time to visit the store. Local gun shops and gun retailers are accustomed to shoppers coming in to ask questions and handle various firearms. Many also have instructions and information regarding various guns. Arthur’s Shooter Supply in Berlin, Maryland, offers basic gun-handling classes as well as general-topic seminars such as safety in the home.

Be sure the Mossberg gun that appeals to you falls in line with your state’s laws. Also verify that you have the required information to purchase a gun. In Ohio, you do not need a permit to purchase a gun, but, according to information from the National Rifle Association, you do need a permit to carry. Ohio also has a Dangerous Ordnance related to automatic shotguns and short-barreled rifles. In Missouri, it is unlawful to own or sell a machine gun, which is defined by the state as “any firearm that is capable of firing more than one shot automatically, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger,” according to information from the NRA.

This article does not constitute legal advice. Check the current gun laws before purchasing or traveling with a firearm.

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