Walked into the little tiny LGS with 12 feet of glass topped counter and 15 feet of wall rack today during lunch. He gets REALLY excited and tells his son, "Hey grab that Mossberg, this guy wants it." Tells me, "I'll give it to you at cost; about $180." I haven't even shut the door yet, and here comes the son with a new brown camo Mossberg Blaze .22 rifle with a 25 round curved mag that looks like a skinny AK mag with slots down both sides, a picatinny rail, no rear sights, and a front swivel stud that spins around. Under 4 lbs, clamshell stock, tang safety...and I'm thinking what the heck is going on here? Anyway...I didn't take it home. But its interesting! Nothing on it looks like it will match any other Mossberg for parts, but that mag is neat. The slots allow for a "helper" button at the base of the follower to stick out both sides, making loading easy, and the whole thing is screwed together so you can clean it easier...which is good considering it is WIDE open, the slots are about 1/2 inch wide. The tang safety was neat as well. Felt good, solid but silent click into place. I guess they make a variation that looks a LOT like an AK, including forward mounted sights. Turns out the guy had to buy it to qualify to buy a few bricks of .22, so he's looking to get rid of it, and NO ONE wants it, it just feels light and cheesy. I'll give him a few more weeks, and see if he really wants to get rid of it...might work a deal to include some other nice stuff. He has some pretty nice AR's, including some interesting AR pistols, a Marlin 39A, and some nice parts for ARs and AKs. We'll see.