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    Looks like a great way to burn up shells lol

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    That is a very intimidating wicked beast that you have there. I Like It.
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    all I will say is be very careful with the mods on a shockwave type gun as it is in such a gray area to begin with and even if it is legal you could end up spending a lot of money in court PROVING that it is not a short barrel shotgun that would require a NFA stamp
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    I like the way you think! I've kept my Shockwave pretty much stock with the exception of the CT Lasersaddle. Plus I did add the Opsol mini clip and loaded mine with the Aquila mini buckshot.

    Can't go wrong either way.

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    did a big redo in my 20 gauge shockwave and when it was all done, here is what it looks like!
    About same weight, same length, shoulder-able stock, real sight, can shoot shorty shells without an adapter and mix them with std shells. Only cost about $100 over initial shockwave purchase cost

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    Guys, the Shockwave has been around for a couple of years now and most of the aftermarket accessories for it that are sold have been approved by the ATF, often featuring letters from the ATF (much like the Shockwave itself) which indicate that so long as the Shockwave remains 26" in over-all-length (with the brace fully extended) and isn't fitted with a vertical pistol grip or shoulder stock, it's classification as a non-NFA "Firearm" will remain unchanged.

    So yeah, it's perfectly safe to modify the Shockwave so long as those guidelines are adhered to.

    Quote Originally Posted by terryb View Post
    did a big redo in my 20 gauge shockwave and when it was all done, here is what it looks like!
    About same weight, same length, shoulder-able stock, real sight, can shoot shorty shells without an adapter and mix them with std shells. Only cost about $100 over initial shockwave purchase cost

    Name:  ks7.jpg
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    *Jaw drops to the floor*

    OH-NO! My inner nerd is being unleashed! GAAAAHHHH!!!

    That reminds me of the M41A Pulse Rifle from ALIENS! I've wanted one all my life!



    What parts did you use to construct that magnificent masterpiece?! TELL ME!
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    That grip looks crooked, like it's not on correctly. Is that the right one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by terryb View Post
    did a big redo in my 20 gauge shockwave and when it was all done, here is what it looks like!
    About same weight, same length, shoulder-able stock, real sight, can shoot shorty shells without an adapter and mix them with std shells. Only cost about $100 over initial shockwave purchase cost

    Name:  ks7.jpg
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    I'm pretty sure that's a photo of a Kel-Tec KS7.

    https://www.keltecweapons.com/firearms/shotguns/ks7/
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaskeet View Post
    all I will say is be very careful with the mods on a shockwave type gun as it is in such a gray area to begin with and even if it is legal you could end up spending a lot of money in court PROVING that it is not a short barrel shotgun that would require a NFA stamp
    Echoing Tuco's comments in post#16, the Shockwave has been out for a year and some and as long as the length of the barrel and overall length is not changed I think its A-Ok. Besides, wouldn't Mossberg already have cleared any NFA restrictions like that before they introduced it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GerSan69 View Post
    That grip looks crooked, like it's not on correctly. Is that the right one?
    It sure is the right one. It's an Ergo grip on an Ergo adapter.......and it's definitely on correctly.
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