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Discussion in 'Mossberg 715T Tactical .22 Autoloader' started by JJC, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. SWATmedic1

    SWATmedic1 Copper BB

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    Just ordered my new mossberg tactical .22. Does anyone have suggestions for red dot scopes that match good with magnifiers? Pictures and advice welcome!
  2. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Global Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Check out SightMark...

    SightMark Catalog

    They make some fantastic, value priced optics and have several red dots that'll co-witness with their magnifiers...
  3. SWATmedic1

    SWATmedic1 Copper BB

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    Thank you! I will post pics once I get it setup :cool:
  4. Nasty

    Nasty .22LR

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    Just placed my order and hopefully I'll have it within a week! Got the 37234 model, I'll be back with pictures when I can pick it up!

    What about accessories? Do I need to worry about size, or can I just attach anything that you could normally attach to an AR? I obviously don't want to buy something and have it not fit.
  5. speedyquad

    speedyquad .270 WIN

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    anything that attaches to a picatinny rail will work...most ar "furniture" will work.


    is the 37234 model the flat top or carry handle? hopefully it's the flat top as i had trouble getting the carry handle sighted. i was shooting low at about 30 yrd. to raise the point of aim, when adjusting the rear sights(front sight on the carry model is not adjustable), you raise it. i raised it enough that the front sight was blocked by the carry handle, and i was still shooting about 2" low at 30 yrds.
  6. Nasty

    Nasty .22LR

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    Yeah I read that about the carry handle model, that's the one I was going with because it was cheaper, but after reading some reviews I steered away from it. I got a flat top model with a red dot.

    Good to hear about the rail, I thought I could use mostly anything, but I just wanted to make sure first!
  7. speedyquad

    speedyquad .270 WIN

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    as long as you don't have to send it back repeatedly and deal with the not so great Cs of mossberg, you'll be happy with it.
  8. CliffD

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    Hey all :)

    I wanted to pick one of these up for awhile, but as with all firearms, I did a little research first. I found this forum, specifically this thread and it sealed the deal for me. I am now the proud owner of a 715T (flat top) and look forward to participating in the forum. I won't post photos since it's currently box stock, but trust me, accessories are already on the way lol.

    Some really nice rifles being posted here!!
  9. bubbakaloosh

    bubbakaloosh .410

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    nice congrats...this was my first gun that i bought myself...i have a mosin nagant that ive had since i was a baby...i love it...it's not powerful like all the other guns i've shot but its fun as hell and looks pretty sick. best part...it's cheap to shoot
  10. CliffD

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    Hey and thanks :)

    Mosin Nagant? I love these old rifles, I currently have 7 of 'em and am always looking for something different. I have a couple of Arisakas and a Russian SKS too. But I'm not completely stuck in the past...I have the 715T of course, a new Pardner Protector Pump, an AR-15 and a Henry lever .22. I do have several older Mossbergs too (I love the "character" of these old guns!).

    Post up your Mosin sometime.
  11. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Global Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    I love my Mosins and my Pop has an old Arisaka '38 that my grandad brought back from overseas after WWII. Take a look at our Mosin thread and we'd love to see pics of yours...

    Mosin Nagant
  12. TFlash

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    Here's my new 715T and a few goodies added on. Our cat Lucky was curious bout what i was doin so she in the pic too.

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  13. vegashotwheeler

    vegashotwheeler .22LR

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    Nice setup there TFlash!
    Mike
  14. TFlash

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    Thanks, Mike. Santa was very good to me this year! Guess that means i was a good boy. LOL There are lots of good setups around on this site, check em out.
  15. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Global Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Lookin good TFlash...
  16. Ryan1904

    Ryan1904 .22LR

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    That looks awesome, great painting skills! Can you tell me what suppressor part # that is and/or website you bought from? I want to add one to my rifle. Mine is the flat top which has a smaller exposed barrel length, do you think that same one would work? Thanks
  17. Ryan1904

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    that looks awesome, did you get that fake suppressor from http://www.tacticalinc.com ? If so, which one was it? Is the flash hider easy to remove and install that suppressor? Thanks in advance!
  18. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Global Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    ^ If you click on the 2nd photo down and zoom in, you can see the model number "SBR15" on the side of the unit...
  19. Ryan1904

    Ryan1904 .22LR

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    So yes its IS tactical innovations, however I wonder if it will work with a threaded or non threaded barrel?
  20. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Global Moderator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Here are the specs for the model in the pic from the TI website...

    Looks like this one threads back over the end of the muzzle and shrouds the end of th barrel, giving the appearance of an SBR. As stated above, for this one to work you'd need a minimum of 5" clearance between your threads and the front sight base...

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