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Discussion in 'Mossberg 590 Pump Action' started by Rossignol, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. Misery930

    Misery930 .270 WIN

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    I just added the Magpul SGA stock and I dig it so far.
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    It can be done! The SGA is completely flat so the NcStar shell carrier I had in a spare parts bin works perfectly. It attaches with velcro. I only room to comfortably fit 4 shells and as luck would have it, this comes in 2 pieces; a 4 round and a 2 round section.
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  2. fellmann

    fellmann .270 WIN Supporter

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    Im curious about that light attachement thing
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  3. Misery930

    Misery930 .270 WIN

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  4. Fred245

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    What kind of heat shield do you have installed and how did you get it on?

    The front attachment spacer looks different from what I have on mine.
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  5. Fred245

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    590a1 8+1 capacity w/ 20" barrel and XS ghost ring sights. Started out with Synthetic speed-feed stock; LOP was too long and it was incapable of accepting aftermarket recoil pads, so I switched it out for a Magpul SGA stock, w/ medium cheek riser and Remington 870 recoil pad. 6-shot Tac-star side saddle. GG&G front sling attachment, Magpul QD rear sling attachment, with some generic M4 sling I had lying around. Promag enhanced safety latch (a PITA to install, but much easier to manipulate than the stock safety). 590a1 heat shield with some custom-sized bolts securing the spacer since the ones provided by Mossberg wouldn't fit after I forced the front heat shield clamps across the barrel.

    A heavy beast as she currently sits, and probably a few more $ put into her than I had originally intended, but LOP and cheek weld is well tailored to my stature and its fairly easy to shoot her accurately.
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  6. fellmann

    fellmann .270 WIN Supporter

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    My Mossberg feels alright now...

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  7. Misery930

    Misery930 .270 WIN

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    I used the Mossberg heat shield and put a NCstar bayonet mount in front of it. I removed the lug off the bottom of it though. It's just there for the rail so I can put a light on the gun and to keep the heatshield from moving forward. I don't use the polymer spacer that comes with the heatshield.
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  8. Fred245

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    Got it.

    So given the front sights you have on your Mossberg, I'm guessing that you had to force the heatshield's front clamps over the front of the barrel in order to install it, correct?

    I see that Mossberg now offers a heatshield for 590a1's with front (non-bead) sights. I was hoping that meant they had developed a heatshield which could easily be installed and removed, but based on what I've seen so far I don't that is the case.
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  9. Garage161

    Garage161 Copper BB

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    My 590A1 Retrograde
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  10. Elbert Garrett

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  11. Mossbergermeister

    Mossbergermeister .410

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    This is my Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge with factory Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish.
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  12. fellmann

    fellmann .270 WIN Supporter

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    My baby has a new looks

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  13. meanstreak

    meanstreak .30-06 Supporter

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    Those all look very business like shottys. Nice job fellas.
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  15. mic214

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    My new (To me) 590A1:

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  16. ricky_bobby

    ricky_bobby .410

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    Just an FYI guys and gals, in case you don't know, but take a few mins with a dremel and you can relieve the SGA stock around the trigger group area so that you can easily remove the trigger group without loosening the stock when you clean your guns-

    The Magpul SGA is top of the line and worth every penny but it was a bit of a design oversight IMO from Magpul - I relieved mine and there is a tiny gap now (1/16") between the trigger group and the stock where they mate up now, but the positive is I can literally drive the pin out of the trigger and my trigger pulls right out with no resistance or being "hung up" by the stock when I go to disassemble for cleaning - Nothing is "loose" as the trigger group is not relying on the stock to keep it in position, the stock is firmly attached at the rear of the receiver
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  17. Dogman556

    Dogman556 .22LR

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    So was the wood refinished? Or is that factory !!!???
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