Well it all started when I wanted to put a laser on my Shickwave and I didn't like the look of it mounted on the top of the receiver. Next step was to find a new mounting solution. A forearm seemed like a good solution, but I wanted something extra solid. I found the Ergo M-Lok 4256 forearm/rail, and it was a no brainer since it is made specifically to fit a Shockwave without modifications AND it is aluminum to help eliminate extra flex and movement. Since I would have the capabilities to mount up accessories I was now on the hunt for a grip. I went with the 360° RFG (Rotating Fore Grip) from Mid-Evil Industries. It has an incredible amount of versatility and locks down rock solid with a simple twist of the grip, and quickly folds up out of the way. My last item was the Aimtech Warhammer built specifically for the Shockwave. It comes with or without the shell holders. I wanted to keep my Shockwave slim so I oped for no holders, but it was a tough choice. If my storage spot was a tad bigger I may have went for the other one. Side Note: BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN ORDERING A SHOCKWAVE WARHAMMER! The part numbers on a lot of the websites were NOT consistent with the correct SKU numbers and actual part numbers. The SKU numbers that were associated with the correct part number was actually a SKU number for another model. I suggest calling Aimtech and ordering direct. I did and I received the correct part the first time. It installed in under 10 minutes and took the Shockwave to a whole new level! It really compliments all the other parts on the build and was a much better option providing the functionality of a heat-shield and a whole lot more! Back to the laser sight that started all this. The Crimson Trace actually clamped directly to the Ergo M-Lok 4256 forearm without extra rail mounts and is rock solid. I would suggest using the green laser version rather than the red since the red is hard to see in the daylight. I will be changing over to the green laser ASAP. When you sight it in buy a laser bore sight and sight it in holding the Shockwave in the exact same stance applying the same forward pressure on the forearm that you would if you were to fire the weapon. It makes a very slight difference when aiming it, but it is a good idea for accuracy in my opinion. If you are using the Shockwave for home protection then I would also recommend sighting the laser in at a reasonable distance that you would likely use it in a home defense scenario. Anyway I put a lot of hours of thought and research into this setup and hopefully it helps some of you out when setting up your Shockwave.