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Shockwave Photos

Discussion in 'Mossberg 590 Shockwave' started by Rico, Oct 18, 2017.

  1. pepi

    pepi .410

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    Is the Shockwave with the empty rail on it hard to aim with? I would kind of like to have one on mine for different sighting devices but would also like to be able to shoot and hit without and devices mounted.
  2. RichV

    RichV Copper BB Supporter

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    pepi; please see response #888 page 45 in "Mossberg 590 Shock Wave" section. rv
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  3. pepi

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    Thanks Rich. I figured this would be the answer ;)
  4. MOTOR51

    MOTOR51 Copper BB

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    Here is my first post with pictures of my new shockwave.

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    And here is one while I was adding a few accessories

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    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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  5. Ron1031

    Ron1031 .22LR

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    Made a case for mine FB_IMG_1543105213459.jpg
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  6. Ron1031

    Ron1031 .22LR

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    I have a bulldot too,, i like how the dot gets bigger on target than most laser,
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  7. Ron1031

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    Stippled with a fine tip wood burning pen

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  8. Bvhawk

    Bvhawk .22LR

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    Has this been turned into a SBS with the addition of the stabilizing brace and change up of pistol grip? It was my uninformed understanding it was something special about the birds head grip and pistol grip only receiver which allowed the use of the shorter barrel. I’m always up for a lesson of information that i’m not up to speed about, and that’s a lot of info!!
  9. ricky_bobby

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    Long and short is no -

    If the overall length is greater than 26" with the pistol brace it is still a "firearm" - it is not an SBS unless you attach a stock to the weapon. Same principle as an AR-15 pistol, it is a pistol with brace attached, vertical grips cannot be added on AR15 pistols unless the length is over 26" (otherwise it is an AOW with the addition of a vertical grip, needing a $5 stamp)

    Remington sells a factory version of the Tac14 with the Mesa LEO adapter and SB brace, no worries.

    #EmbraceTheBrace
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  10. White Oak 590A1

    White Oak 590A1 .22LR Supporter

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    Shockwave 1.jpg

    My latest Shockwave. 12 gauge with Stainless Cerakote, oversized metal safety, metal trigger assembly, gray leather wrap on the Raptor grip, and receiver rail with Streamlight TLR-2G light/laser.
  11. Joe Gilbert

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    Looks very nice and functional!

    Joe
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  12. White Oak 590A1

    White Oak 590A1 .22LR Supporter

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    Thanks Joe!
  13. Joe Gilbert

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    You are welcome. I don't own a Shockwave yet. I hope to purchase one in March.

    Joe
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  14. El Companero

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  15. Warhammer

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  16. Mossbergermeister

    Mossbergermeister .410

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    View attachment 20974

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    This is my Mossberg 590 Shockwave 12 Gauge with factory Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish.
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  17. Dogman556

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    Love the heatshield on the NightStick
  18. Mn lefty

    Mn lefty Copper BB

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    Do you use the original magazine nut? How do you cut the forearm down 1.25”. Anything special I have to know before doing? Thanks
  19. QB Too

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    What thickness do you use? .5, 1.1 or 1.8?

    Thanks
  20. dogfoot

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    BF6ADEB7-7C37-42C3-BB7B-056EFC5BC697.jpeg ECCD1672-A66D-4B18-A3C0-D65577B10404.jpeg 0E6EA508-6529-40F4-858F-51808BE71718.jpeg B3C37CD9-0230-44D5-AB2E-D683EDEB075C.jpeg 2CA58EF1-BBB7-42AB-BA84-501B12555591.jpeg 5EFBF959-E255-43B5-9C61-2BA30B75382D.jpeg C4317680-90A5-475F-8D60-F6EC03E48303.jpeg I want to give thanks to Rico & oldreb for some great ideas.
    Rico had the best way to mount the heat shield IMO.
    oldreb had a step by step how to mount a swivel base in the raptor base. I’m using a 1-1/4” sling. http://mossbergowners.com/forum/index.php?threads/shockwave-grip-push-button-swivel-base-project.18396/

    On the heat shield, I moved the screws a little farther forward. I used #6-40 screws and got 5 to 5-1/2 threads
    in the barrel. I used some BIG Channel Lock pliers to round off the sides of the shield. I left the ears on with the screws very tight until I drilled the holes, so it wouldn’t move. Then I cut the ears off .
    I’m waiting on the XS Big Dot sight to come in so I can cut the hole in the top of the shield for it to stick out of.
    I also trimmed down the wrap around ears on the receiver end by about 1/16” each so it would quit dragging on the magazine tube bracket.
    The hardest part was laying out the screw hole location. I spent several hours getting it the way I wanted, due to the front of the shield being off set a little. Not bad for a days work. Thanks again guys.
    Dog
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