TrueTimber recently announced that Mossberg’s Patriot Predator Rifle now features the popular Strata camouflage pattern. Moreover, designed to match a variety of terrains, the versatile pattern matches a rifle platform that excels in versatility as well.
“We’re thrilled to see one of our most popular patterns on the Mossberg Patriot,” said TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “Mossberg is celebrating their 100th year anniversary and they’re one of the top US firearms manufacturers. The Patriot rifle is a great match for Strata as they’re both known for the versatility they give hunters across the country.”
Mossberg Patriot Predator Rifle Features
Firstly, the Mossberg Patriot Predator utilizes a Cerakote finish on components to go along with the new stock finish. Inside, the company’s LBA adjustable trigger delivers a clean break. Meanwhile, fluted and threaded barrels and top-mount Picatinny rail deliver popular component choices. Finally, a five-round box magazine rounds out the package.
The Patriot Predator in TrueTimber Strata comes in four different calibers, including .22-250, .243 Win., .308 Win. and 6.5 Credmoor.
According to TrueTimer, the Strata pattern incorporates both macro and micro camo schematics—the macro design breaks up the human outline at all distances while the micro elements melt into any terrain at close range. Above all, the company claims the pattern is suited for a wide range of environments, from the hardwoods of the East to the open country out West.
Mossberg Patriot Predator Specifications
- Calibers: .22-250 Rem., .243 Win., .308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor
- Overall Capacity: 5+1
- Barrel Type: Fluted, Threaded 5/8″x24
- Overall Barrel Length: 22 inches
- Sights: None
- Overall LOP: 13.75 inches
- Barrel Finish: Cerakote, Patriot Brown
- Stock Finish: Synthetic, Strata
- Overall Weight: 6.5 pounds
- Overall Length: 42.25 inches
- MSRP: $524
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