Mossberg 590A1 SPX
Hey, Rossignol told me to check this forum out from SGworld. This is my 590A1 SPX, bought it from a friend a couple of months ago. Right click-> view image to see them uncropped, the forum software isn't set up to automatically constrain the images to the frame width.
From the factory
I've since added a Mossberg 500/590 heatshield (Had to modify the front band to get it to fit- still working on a custom spacer idea to keep it from creeping forward), a Hogue 12" LOP stock and for-end (highly recommend this), a LaserLyte tri-rail mount with a Fenix TK-11R2 light, and a 6 shot Tacstar side saddle loaded with Federal LE 00 buck
I've only put about 150 rounds through it since I owned it, I don't treat it very nice like I do my WWII weapons, since it has no historical value to me. I just make sure it keeps working. I've had no problems with any ammo I've tried through it, and it's a blast to shoot. The elevation is not dialed in perfectly with the buck shoot, IIRC it is about a foot high at ~20 yards. I ran out of ammo in the zeroing process (d'oh) so I'll have to go back with a couple of boxes. The windage is fine from what I could tell, it's a shotgun afterall.
A few close-ups
The factory rear sight aperture, and a blurry glimpse of the factory front fiber-optic. The finish on the entire shotgun is pretty weak, Doesn't take much to scuff and scratch it, but that's no big deal to me. One of my rifles has almost no parkerization left on it.
The factory compensated barrel (I have no idea how effective this is in practice), the LaserLyte tri-rail and Fenix TK-11R2.
It's pretty dirty.