Mossberg, a well-known name for shotguns, moved into the semi-automatic pistol market last year with the MC1sc, a subcompact 9 mm. The MC1sc was a hit with concealed carriers, and a hard act to follow, but Mossberg has nonetheless one-upped themselves with the MC2c, a sharp-looking, compact, striker-fired 9 mm boasting some very thoughtful design details.
As soon as something new and fun comes along, the gun control folks start looking for reasons to ban it.
The list of firearm companies that no longer doing business with Dick’s continues to grow.
If you’re looking for a unique firearm, Mossberg has one that is based on the company’s 590 shotgun action and sports a 14-inch barrel.