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Mossberg Blaze - Dead Ringer Green Dot


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Blaze - 37315 - Dead Ringer Green Dot - 25 round magazine

Blaze - 37316 - Dead Ringer Green Dot - 10 round magazine

Mossberg's newest rimfire autoloader comes with the option of a rail plus mounted Dead Ringer green dot holographic sight, featuring four reticle configurations. 25 or 10 round magazine.


  • Caliber - .22 LR
  • Capacity - 11 or 26
  • Barrel - 16.5"
  • Sights - Dead Ringer Green Dot
  • Scope - None
  • Twist - 1:16
  • Length Of Pull - 13.5"
  • Finish - Blued
  • Stock - Synthetic Black
  • Weight - 3.5 lb
  • Overall Length - 35.75"


  • Polymer receiver
  • Dead Ringer holographic green dot sight comes with four reticle configuration
  • Easy to load 25 round magazine
  • Free Gun Lock
That sight looks a lot like the TruGlo I bough off of Rip a few years back. :-D If it is, it's a nice site, I took a turkey using it on my 835.
  • Capacity - 11 or 26?!
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Banned in CT already before it hits the shelves....I really hate living in this state.
I saw the video and the Mossberg guy couldn't hit the shotgun shells with the iron sights but the green dot nailed them.
I think a better set of sights is in order.
Maybe something military style with a rail to go with it.......
I have this setup. Find it hard to hit targets with it. And yes, it is sighted in. Had a tough time keeping the green dot centered in the screen. Ordered a normal scope for it. Hopefully get to try it out soon.
I just re-sighted my Blaze at 52 yards, open sights. As I stated before, if you do not have the pic rail, a scope or red dot will cause frustration as far as accuracy is concerned. I think the Blaze should have the same open sights as the Blaze 47, much better set-up. Here in Canada, the 47 has been designated as a prohibited firearm, classified as an AK 47 variant, doesn't make sense to me. I feel the Blaze is not a tack driver beyond 25- yards, perhaps it was not designed to be, but at 50-60 yards I can nail 500mil. water bottles, so for small game hunting, this will more than get the job done. As for the pic rail, I can't find one in Ontario.
Always be safe.
I think the fact that .22 semi-autos are banned anywhere should make it clear of the intentions of the left. Next will be air rifles that hold more than 10 pellets or bbs.