Hello I picked up a new Mossberg MVP Scout about eight months back and have been ringing it out at the range trying to figure out what it likes to shoot. It’s scoped with a Redfield 2x7 and Leupold AR mount. Velocity data was taken with an Oehler Model 33 chronograph. Skyscreens centered 15’ from muzzle. Data on targets from top down; Average velocity fps Velocity spread fps Standard Deviation Ambient Temperature F° Factory ammo shot pretty well. Here is a breakdown of all the factory ammo I’ve tried so far; PMC Bronze 147gr FMJ…….. https://postimg.cc/gallery/1r35uwhl6/ PPU 145gr FMJ…………. https://postimg.cc/gallery/222p82lfu/ Federal American Eagle 150gr FMJ…… https://postimg.cc/gallery/tnjujrbe/ Remington 150gr CoreLokt……. https://postimg.cc/gallery/1tzqveney/ Winchester 150gr Power Point….https://postimg.cc/gallery/1qorhhsei/ Federal 150gr Soft Point…… https://postimg.cc/gallery/26ieth7uy/ Federal 165gr Fusion………. https://postimg.cc/gallery/16ekeqiq2/ Federal Gold Medal Match 168gr Sierra MatchKing…. https://postimg.cc/gallery/oqeqxblm/ Federal 180gr Soft Point…….. https://postimg.cc/gallery/1atiulqpm/ Some interesting notes; 150 grain loads.. I shot the Rem, Win, and Fed load the same day. Temperature only varied one °F. Velocities varied over 100 fps. They all shot fairly well though. I shot the Federal 168gr Gold Medal Match and the Federal 180gr Soft Point at the same time. I was expecting a nice group out of the Match load.. The next weekend I shot another group and that was more representative. The Federal 180gr Soft Point was a nice surprise, although I was expecting a little more velocity from a Federal factory load.. Very nice group though. The American Eagle FMJ load was having a hard time.. This gun refuses to shoot FMJ ammo or handloads I’ve been finding out,.. Except for the PMC Bronze 147gr FMJ.. For some reason that is the only FMJ ammo this gun will shoot half decently.. Most of these targets are 3” circles, a few are 4” and everything was shot at 100 yards.. Now for handloads; I went about this using standard RCBS dies and standard non-match primers. I wanted to see how far I could get this way. The gun will shoot most anything with mediocre results. The groups I would call excellent were few and far between, but what it likes it likes well. The gun will serve the purpose for which I bought if for nicely.. It’s not a long range gun. Here are the loads the gun likes the best; https://postimg.cc/gallery/i2r5yvdm/ Here are links to picture galleries by bullet; 147 149gr FMJ……… https://postimg.cc/gallery/2l3mj32ve/ 150gr Nos BT….. https://postimg.cc/gallery/la5p72a2/ 150gr Sierra Spitzer…… https://postimg.cc/gallery/2ny2jj03u/ 155gr Berger VLD… https://postimg.cc/gallery/2fngqb68a/ 155gr Hornady Match… https://postimg.cc/gallery/1k062cbbe/ 165gr Sierra BT……. https://postimg.cc/gallery/29slpk7ka/ 165gr Speer Spitzer…. https://postimg.cc/gallery/1s6n16wqy/ 168gr MATCH seconds…. https://postimg.cc/gallery/3gez7bpe2/ 168gr Nosler BT… https://postimg.cc/gallery/wnxqyr7u/ 175gr Sierra ………. https://postimg.cc/gallery/hcgmuwsa/ 180gr Sierra spit BT…….. https://postimg.cc/gallery/eq4jd6be/ I got the 168gr Match Seconds from Midway. These weren’t really seconds, more like failures.. This gun seems to have an acute dislike for Nosler Ballistic Tips.. And as you can see the gun dislikes the FMJ bullets. I did shoot some decent groups from time to time, but could not repeat them. Well, that’s where I’m at so far.. Most likely take a break for the winter. Pick it up again next spring.