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MOSSBERG Shockwave 12 Gauge Stainless 6rnd Other Gun Sale

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Kentucky Gun Co with a sweet price on the MOSSBERG Shockwave 12 Gauge Stainless 6rnd “Other Gun” just $446.99 with FREE shipping.

MOSSBERG Shockwave 12 Gauge Stainless 6rnd Other Gun

The Shockwave Raptor bird’s head pistol grip is uniquely shaped to minimize felt recoil. Includes all the features that have made Mossberg pump-actions the choice for millions worldwide: ambidextrous safety, dual extractors, positive steel-to-steel lockup, twin action bars, and a smooth operating anti-jam elevator.

SPECIFICATIONS

Manufacturer: Mossberg
Product Line: 590 Shockwave
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Action: Pump Action
Barrel Length: 14″
Overall Length: 26.37″
Capacity: 5+1
Weight: 5.25 lbs
Finish: Stainless

Gun Deals: MOSSBERG Shockwave 12 Gauge Stainless 6rnd Other-Gun $446.99 FREE S&H

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Ledesma

Fun Fact: These weapons became one of the few bright spots for US forces in the Vietnam war. Primarily because NVA and VC forces actually feared being shot by them. Unlike the light hitting, jam prone M-16 [poodle shooters] that allowed many enemy personnel to take a hit and still remain in the fight. My squad leader shot and NVA infantry officer directly in the Torso with a poodle shooter outside Quang-Tri in 1972. Three days later, this same individual was spotted driving a truck!

StreetSweeper

These are so much fun, great truck gun too. DESPITE what “Lucky Gunner” says, they are quite useful.

Ope

The man in video says this is a firearm and not a shotgun ? I saw them firing shotgun shells with this firearm. I understand what he meant about the specs but if you shoot shotgun shells in a “firearm” isn’t it still a shotgun ? A shotgun is still a firearm.

TGP389

It’s legalese. It doesn’t have to make sense. The loophole is that it never was a “shotgun.” It was made as a pistol that just happens to use 12 ga rounds. Yes, the receiver is indistinguishable from a shoulder fired shotgun receiver, but no one took a shotgun and cut it down to create this. I know it’s silly, but that’s the way it is. My understanding is that they have to be 26″ in overall length, just like if you were to cut down stock and barrel on, say, a double barrel shotgun. The difference is that if you… Read more »

Last edited 27 days ago by TGP389
swmft

unconstitutional arbitrary rule that needs to be ground into the dirt

TGP389

Agreed, but I just reported the facts as they exist.

Ope

TGP389,thanks for your response. Logic on so many things related to firearms have gone out the window.

TGP389

You’re welcome.

TGP389

I was stoooopid and bought one of the Remington Tac-14s with detachable box mags. I put an SB Tactical “brace” on it, along with a generic forend with built in flashlight. It’s a really sweet little package, but unfortunately Remington was just about to go under when I got it, and it dallied a bit too long before trying to get extra mags. Sheesh.

swmft

stupid thing there are still some out there for sale ,and the mags are worth more than the gun, someone is going to set up 3d printer to make these

TGP389

Yeah. I’ve held onto it. I’ve written the New and Improved Remington. They didn’t rule out ever making them again (in fact, said they might) but no plans in the near future. I’ve read recommendations to sell the magazine at unobtainium prices. Then sell the shotgun at whatever value I can get, but, it doesn’t eat, so I’ll keep it and hope. Even though I could MAKE money over the cost of the entire gun on just the magazine.

Last edited 26 days ago by TGP389