GRINNELL, Iowa –-(Ammoland.com)- Mossberg 590 Shockwave owners can now quickly amp up their 12 gauge firearms, with the simple, drop-in Boom Kit from Brownells.
The Boom Kit includes a 14″ Carlson’s ported barrel to help reduce muzzle flip and recoil and an SB Tactical Stabilizing Brace system to help improve handling and control.
Listed on the Brownells website as #100-031-274, the Boom Kit retails for $369.99.
Sold separately and requiring an FFL for purchase, the Mossberg 590 Shockwave is #100-024-340 at Brownells.com and retails for $371.99.
The Boom Kit installs in just minutes with standard tools. In addition to porting, the barrel also has a Fiber Optic Hi Viz Green Front Sight for fast targeting.
Released during SHOT Show 2017, the pump-action Mossberg 590® Shockwave is classified as a firearm with an overall length of more than 26″and no shoulder stock.
The 12 gauge version of the Shockwave accepts standard shotgun ammunition, and with the addition of an OPSol Mini-Clip, sold separately, it can also cycle popular mini-shells.
To see the Boom Kit, the Mossberg 590 Shockwave, ammo and accessories, visit www.brownells.com
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Buy the 500SP with the adjustable stock for half the price of the 590 and the expensive add on.
Unless they released another statement since last I checked, you’ve posted a photo of a felony taking place. (Unless that’s a registered sbs)
You can shoulder the brace fitted on a rifle, but not on a shotgun, and not on either neither with the “blade” stabilizer. Just trying to look out lol
Wrong! Completely legal as a non NFA smooth bore firearm. Been that way for at least five years before Mossberg even made a factory version with a brace on it. Get with the program will ya?
All right! Another fat guy with a gun. Weapon handling is a discipline. Your platform to present one should also be disciplined. How far can this obese guy run to find cover? Maybe the tats help scare the bad guy… This picture is all too common now a days. Very sad indeed.
@Roy, Maybe, this chubby fellow has thought out his defense, in advance, taking his own limitations into account… like all good commanders. Maybe he has a pre-prepared position near by or this is part of the resupply. Or maybe it is just an advertisement.
Unless you’re trying for some kind of humor or sarcasm, I fail to understand your concern. I can think of MANY other weapon handling disciplines more important than what the practitioner “looks” like. And, I sincerely hope that you’re not saying that people who don’t have the physical prowess of a Navy SEAL or Spec Ops tactician shouldn’t be allowed to handle or operate a defensive tool? Firearms are THE great equalizer, allowing those of us with physical difficulties, of any kind, to meet life-threatening challenges on a more level playing field. As a 73-year double knee replacement patient undergoing… Read more »
He IS cover.
Whoa! Gene the operator has entered the chat.
Going from the military to bouncing to nursing I have learned it is best not underestimate anyone. If that boy doesn’t explode hearts with that double aught then he probably will with his bare hands.
Sounds like you are training awfully hard to just be a keyboard warrior Gene.
Hey Gene, over the last 20 years of shooting IDPA and USPSA I have seen quite a few “fat guys” running and gunning. And they did it well enough that they were ahead of me in the scoring. I would not have wanted any of them shooting at me.
Check your state laws first
G I really don’t see why they don’t make those non-NFA everyone needs a brace on that thing
The minute you take off the factory rear grip and put something else on that gun your’re in a gray area. Why not just use it in the stock configuration and be glad the BATFE found no objection to that? The next thing you know they’ll have another letter out rescinding the original OK!
They will rescind it once the Executive is blue again. What you really need to ask yourself is what did the Framers believe about rights? Are they God given or are they man-given?