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    Finally got my Shockwave completed!

    As some of you may have seen, I received a Mossberg Shockwave from my father a month ago. I immediately removed the fore-end and stock.....and ordered a pistol brace, pistol grip and adapter, new lightweight, aluminum fore-end, picatinny rail, and mini red dot.....

    .....here is what it looks like after tossing on all the goodies:

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    ......I think it turned out mighty fine!
    If you're blue and you don't know where to go to, why don't you go where fashion sits......PUTIN ON A RITZ!!!

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    Looking good! I have a Mossberg 590 Shockwave in Flat Dark Earth just like yours, minus all the fancy aftermarket modifications, that is.



    Congratulations.
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    What's the red white and blue bobbles for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOONDAWG View Post
    What's the red white and blue bobbles for?
    Uh...........the United States?



    They're index clips from Larue Tactical. They protect the unused part of the picatinny rail.
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    Yikee Burgers! Is that zombie gun legal?!! I put a pistol grip, ATI folder stock w/ shell carrier, and a NEBO forend light on my Maverick 88 and I thought I was ready for anything! That thing looks like it could handle the Babu Frik Spicerunners of Kimiji !!! Do you have to wait while it powers up or is it good to go as is??
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    Wow, that's quite the weapon. Does the arm brace extend? It looks like it. Is that "infidel" on the receiver cover? What, no bayonet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    Wow, that's quite the weapon. Does the arm brace extend? It looks like it. Is that "infidel" on the receiver cover? What, no bayonet?
    Thanks!

    Yes, the brace has five positions......and I love it!

    Yep.....INFIDEL!! I put one on all my long guns.

    It's a shame that the 590 Shockwaves won't accommodate a bayonet like the full size A1's!

    Just in case you all missed what it looked like when I got it:

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    Nice improvements!
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    Nice sweeper!
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    Beautiful gun, Paulky_2000. Love the look, however, for other folks wanting one of these guns you should be wary of modifying these guns with aftermarket stuff. My understanding is that the Shockwave skirts the laws defining what length a shotgun can be. The overall minimum length of the gun is critical to it's legality. Looks to me like Paulky_2000's gun is good because the pistol grip stock has the added brace section increasing it's length. Just putting a pistol grip on, though, can be a problem as I understand it.

    If I'm wrong about this, please let me know. Not trying to be an expert (I'm not) but I'd hate to see folks get in trouble. Great looking gun. The ultimate defense weapon.
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