5 years ago #1
Guest
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i have a mossberg model #146b-a 22. and would like to know what its worth. i found it in my attic and its a real straight shooter. the only thing missing is the 30 round mag.

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5 years ago #2
musket54
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about $150 or slightly more but must have original sights, and in good condition. The "mag" you asked about is a tubular magazine type. It will hold 30 .22 short or 20 LR. These rifles are capable of great accuracy and are and seem to take any kind of .22 ammo very well. If you are a shooter keep it. For the money you will not find a better rifle.

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5 years ago #3
bigcurt
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hello,,i totally agree with musket 54,,mossberg is one of the best bang for the buck accuracy wise and most people don't realize it,,unless you have shot them!! ,,price wise and shooting wise they are great guns for the money!!!,,
bigcurt

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5 years ago #4
doubleslover
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I just bought a model 146B in very nice shape for $180.00. It does not have any of the sights but instead has a correct period Weatherby scope. I figured I did quite well since it came with the scope. I have been following Mossberg lately and I see the model 146 going on average from $125.00 to $225.00, give or take depending on condition. Saw one on one site that sold for $498.00 but it had factory sights (including peep) plus a Mossberg M4D4 scope.

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5 years ago #5
Ray
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I just purchased a Mossberg 146B for $125.00
It has the original sights, A nice 4-15 scope from the period, and it's in very good to excellent condition.
This is an excellent rifle in my opinion and worth much more than I paid.

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4 years ago #6
O.F. Mossberge
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I have a O.F. Mossberge & Son model 46 B-B 22 S-L-L-R with Mossberg M4D4 scope. bolt action, New Haven Conn.USA very beautiful Gun and i dont know much about it, would you know where i could find info. on it?.
thank you for your time

Vickie

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3 years ago #7
Tyoung
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I just saw someone asking $349 with every thing original but it was just that, a asking price. As for how it shoots I wouldn't sell mine for $600. I grew up with this rifle. Me and my brothers literally drove nails with it to prove who was the best shooter.

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3 years ago #8
michael
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my rifle does not have an (a) after the model # Also no ser #, the sights are 3way ajustable at the tip. Do you have any clue on how old or the value? It also came with a weaver tip-off scope,pat.#2803907.this is a bolt action

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3 years ago #9
Solddaboat
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Model 146B was made from 1949 to 1954

Value from $75 to $225 NIB (with T bolt handle + $50)

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1 year ago #10
christian cabellos
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necesito que me vendas tu mossberg 22 146b-a porque se me perdió el cerrojo si puedes ponle precio y yo te la compro mi nombre es Christian cabellos soy de peru mi numero es 953971784 gracias

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4 months ago #11
Perazzi MX-8 combo
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I have a 146 B scope , 42 M-B'ritt #3278 #4 peep, 46 M(b) , 42 M(b) s-100 peep , 151 M(a) s-130 peep and all 5 guns are dependable and are great shooting guns.The 146 B is one of the best shooting 22's I also own a Winchester 52 B extra heavy Bull barrel with U'ner'tull target scope that's a same hole'r I did at one time have 144 LS-B target semi bull. I started with the 146 and had these guns since 80's I own many center fire rifles but have more fun shooting these 22's.At the range one day my girl friend who had never shot before was shooting the 42 M(b) s-100 peep sight next to a guy shooting his semi new rugger semi auto 10/22 scoped meeting him at the 50 yard target he noticed she was putting all her shots inside of a 50 cent circle, way better than his orange size group with more than a few outside of that group of his $500 dollar new buy. p.s....Numbers started after 2,501 making my 42 M-B'ritt #777th gun.

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