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The products of O. F. Mossberg & Sons, always known simply as Mossberg, have, since their founding in 1919, gained a reputation for practical designs where simplicity and reliability are outstanding features. While much of the product range concentrates on rifled firearms, in the UK the manufacturer is probably better known for its semi-automatic shotguns. My introduction to Mossberg was in the early 1970s when I occasionally borrowed a pump-action model from a farmer on whose land I used to shoot. It was the farm knockabout gun used by one and all and was rarely, if ever, treated to any sort of maintenance, but it just kept going.




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While a 28in barrel may seem a little short compared with traditional wildfowling guns, there is actually quite a length of gun in front of the user, compared with a double due to the length of the receiver.


Also ballistically, with modern cartridges and powders, barrel length makes little difference to performance and I suspect the Duck Commander was conceived with inland duck shooting in mind. Having said that, with the potential for a good, clean swing and the degree of protection afforded by the finish, it seems to me a good candidate for use in the salt laden air of the foreshore and saltmarsh.


"I feel like the gun control laws that we have in place are good and there definitely should be some control of guns because this is a deadly weapon. I think the issue of gun violence in our country is a big issue and one we need to discuss and talk about," Korie said during Monday's episode.


In regard to the issue of gun violence in the country, Crowder said he'd like to see more government restrictions on obtaining guns, adding that it "scares me every time there's another school shooting."


"If they take away guns and then people who are bad people get guns because they're going to figure it out and the people who are just good people and chillin' and don't have guns, that seems very dangerous," Sadie added.


The gunmaker Mossberg has teamed with Duck Commander, the company owned by "Duck Dynasty's" Robertson clan, to release nine different shotguns, as well as two semiautomatic rifles and a semiautomatic pistol.


Mossberg says the Duck Commander guns will come in a "waterfowl pattern" camouflage design, though not all of them are intended for duck hunting. They also bear the Duck Commander logo, of a duck in flight.


Robertson's sons are featured prominently in four ads for the guns, but Robertson narrates one of the videos himself. In it, he asks the viewer, "Do you know what makes me happy, ladies and gentlemen? To blow a mallard drake's head smooth off."


Mossberg said the Duck Commander guns will come in a "waterfowl pattern" camouflage design, though not all of them will be intended for duck hunting. The weapons will carry the company's logo of a duck in flight. Advertisement


CASTLE ROCK - Phil Robertson could be confused with a modern-day evangelist, only with a long beard and a bandana tying back his long hair. He could be confused with a scholar on our Founding Fathers, only with camouflage from head to toe. However, he certainly couldn't be confused with a person who fails to speak his mind about his constitutional and religious rights. Robertson quotes scripture and Thomas Jefferson frequently to defend his family's stances on Christianity, guns and hunting. He and his son, Willie, of A&E's reality hit 'Duck Dynasty' were at the Douglas County Fairgrounds as part of a fundraiser for The Rock Christian Academy, a private school with 86 students that was founded in 2008. 'The Founding


Robertson quotes scripture and Thomas Jefferson frequently to defend his family's stances on Christianity, guns and hunting. He and his son, Willie, of A&E's reality hit "Duck Dynasty" were at the Douglas County Fairgrounds as part of a fundraiser for The Rock Christian Academy, a private school with 86 students that was founded in 2008.


The show about the Robertson family's antics and their business Duck Commander has become a ratings phenomenon for A&E by earning the top cable spot on Wednesday nights, according to the Nielsen ratings. The family also has created online buzz, most recently with speculation that Phil Robertson told A&E that his family would stop filming the series if the cable network forced them to curtail the usage of guns and praying on air.


Willie Robertson told the cheering fans in Castle Rock that his family lives by three principles: Faith, family and ducks. He tells stories about the show, his family's quirks, his father's past and even ones in which he has been mistaken for a homeless person because of his beard and attire, including a trip to Tennessee in his RV adorned with a photo of the "Duck Dynasty" cast.


- Phil accepted a football scholarship from Louisiana Tech University, where he reportedly was the starting quarterback over future Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw. He also is noted as saying, "Terry went for the bucks, and I chased after the ducks."


Duck Commander, the company founded four decades ago by Phil Robertson, joined gun maker Mossberg to offer a line of nine shotguns, a semiautomatic pistol, and two semiautomatic rifles, CNN reports. Robertson, who was temporarily suspended from the show by A&E late last month after making anti-gay remarks, joins members of the family in commercials posted to the Mossberg site.


Duck Commander has grown into a $400 million company, according to Forbes, selling duck calls and other paraphernalia. A spokesperson told CNN that the company has begun delivering the guns to still-unnamed retailers.


The Liberals and Atheists are given A&E alot of problems because of Duck Dynasty family dinner Prayer and the constant presence of guns. They want that part taken off the air. Well A&E went to PHIL and ask if they would not do that again. Phil Told them, "if we can't pray to God on the show, we will not do the show." He said, "Guns and God are apart of our everyday lives and to remove either of them from the show is unacceptable." Well A&E, do you want the #1 show on TV or you gonna cave in to those Liberals and Atheists? I'm sure another channel will pick them up. Also Phil insisted that the show would air at 9PM central time so it would not conflict with the viewer's Wednesday Night Church Services. The contract was agreed upon and signed by A&E yesterday for another season and it will remain being produced according to Phil Robertson and on his terms.


Origins: Duck Dynasty is the popular reality television series on the A&E cable channel that chronicles the lives of the wealthy Robertson family of West Monroe, Louisiana, who run Duck Commander, a business that makes products for duck hunters (most notably the Duck Commander duck call). The television series, like the Duck Commander business itself, has proved highly successful and profitable, with the April 2013 season


In May 2013, rumors began circulating via social media that the continuation of the show (on A&E, at least) was being threatened by "liberals and atheists" and meddling A&E officials who objected to the Robertsons' inclusion of their religiosity (particularly in dinner prayer scenes) and the prevalent appearance of guns in the show. According to the Hollywood Reporter (THR), what's currently holding up the renewal of Duck Dynasty for a fourth season on A&E is not a content dispute but a standoff with the Robertsons over their salary demands:


It also seems rather unlikely that many Duck Dynasty viewers would be objecting to the presence of guns (given that the program is built around the subject of duck hunting) or prayer (one of the more popular features of the show) in the series, or that A&E would be highly concerned about the opinions of non-viewers, and cast members have disclaimed that there is any truth to the rumors.


Duck Dynasty already has a huge merchandising component, with everything from pajamas and costumes to bandages and even an $899.95 camouflage recliner. (Duck Commander, which the Robertsons owned before becoming reality stars, sells show-themed duck calls and hunting gear.)


Whether you plan to spend a morning in the duck blind, a day plinking at the range or afield chasing cottontails, the Mossberg Duck Commander Series has a shotgun or rimfire for you; and one that will be the envy of all your friends. For more information on this and other Mossberg signature series, visit www.mossberg.com.


Founded in 1919, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc. is the oldest family-owned firearms manufacturer in America, and is the largest pump-action shotgun manufacturer in the world. Leading the way with over 100 design and utility patents to its credit, and standing as the first ISO 9001 Certified long-gun manufacturer, Mossberg is considered to be one of the most innovative firearms manufacturers in U.S. History. For more information on commercial, special purpose, law enforcement and military shotguns, rifles and accessories, please visit their website at www.mossberg.com.


Phil Robertson, the family patriarch, founded Duck Commander, which initially manufactured just duck calls, in 1973. Since then it has expanded into the outdoor marketplace selling such products and novelties as: duck calls, coffee mugs, Cajun-style seasoning, a cast-iron skillet embedded with the Duck Commander logo and Miss Kays Kitchen Duck Commander Cookbook and apron, to name but a few.


O.F. Mossberg was founded in 1919 by Oscar F. Mossberg and his two sons, Iver and Harold Mossberg. Oscar Mossberg had emigrated from Sweden to the United States in 1886. The company is the oldest family-owned and operated firearms manufacturer in the United States. Although the company headquarters are still in Connecticut, most of its guns are now made in gun-friendly Texas.


The first of the Duck Commander series of firearms, which included 11 pump-action and auto-loading shotguns models, two rim-fire .22-caliber rifles and a semi-automatic, rim-fire pistol, all feature the Duck Comander logo, Realtree MAX-5 camouflage, and TRUGLO TRU-BEAD dual color, and a fiber-optic sight (shotguns only) for low-light conditions. 041b061a72


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