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i've got an old mossberg model 340k from 1965 with an old weaver scope(don't know how powerful the scope is, but since it's getting old should I get a newer production .22 over this one. and the bolt system is different form most bolt action rifles. you'd have to see it since I don't own a scanner. so watch think everyone?
 

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New Haven 240k and the Western Field 830 were other models that are the same as your Mossy. Its a very fine rifle for a .22. Its up to you
Specs
model 340B, 340K, 340KA
action type bolt
adj. trigger no
stock 340B eary 340K W-Schnadle
340, 340KA Walnut
barrel 24" tapered
Overall
lengh 43.5"
weight 6.6lbs
feed type clip
cartridge S-L-LR
capacity 7
clip type 1220
Sights
front 340B S320, 340K, 340KA none
hood 340B 1271, 340K, 340KA n/a
rear 340B S137, 340K, 340KA S134
reciever 340B S330, 340K, 340KA none
apeture 340B 1287, 340K, 340KA n/a
scope mount grooved
Swivels
front S118
rear S118
Production
began 340B early1958, late 1960 340K 1958 340KA1960
ended 340B early 1960, late 1961,340K 1960 340KA 1961
years 340B early 3, late 2 340K 3, 340KA 2 yrs.
cost 340B 33.95, 340K, 340KA 30.95
As for "needing" a new firearm? sure you do. LOL
 
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