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Our First Shockwave Part

Discussion in 'OR3GUN' started by OR3GUN, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. OR3GUN

    OR3GUN Sponsor Sponsor

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    While it is a bit of a departure for us, when the Mossberg 590 Shockwave came out we quietly waited for the aftermarket to allow addition of a simple light/laser combo to the factory forearm.

    We just wanted a laser and a white light mounted to the forearm where we could get at it from any point in the pump cycle to cut through the fog on a night match stage gun. What emerged from the aftermarket were bulky, multi-purpose rail skeletons that went against the nature of such a compact gun. So, we decided to make it happen ourselves:

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    Nestled among our other unique sighting options, the Sight Saddle - Light Rail Platform (SS-LRP) is a simple way to mount a Light/Laser to any Mossberg factory polymer 'Corn Cob' forearm.

    http://www.or3gun.com/OR3GUN/about_or3gun_sightsaddle.htm

    As the Shockwave was designed to pack a punch into a lightweight package, we went with the same philosophy.

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    The SS-LRP mounts between your Shockwave's forearm and the factory strap using the longer, included screws. The SS-LRP includes a lightweight, polymer Magpul MOE 5-Position Rail section at no additional cost. Your hand doesn't have to leave the safety of the forearm strap to have full control over your light/laser.

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    Still very much a Mossberg 930 focused company, but we like to play with the latest toys too!
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  2. Elbert Garrett

    Elbert Garrett 20g Supporter

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    Intesting part, unfotunately for me I keep my SW business end down....There two SW groups that I know of on FB with members who might want one.
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  3. Ernst

    Ernst .410

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    While i like the concept the mounting position interferes with a sling which many of us utilize daily on our shockwaves. However, for non sling users it should work fine.

    Could you make a separate piece that allows side mounting, i.e., utilizing a curved L shaped bracket that would allow mounting of the rail to either side of the forearm. Would facilitate utilization of a sling while the bracket remains mounted.

    Would be happy to test a side mounted bracket.

    Regards

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