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So I've had the shockwave for a while. I've shot it enough to know where it hit but it didn't really make my skirt fly up. Then two things happened.

First was the OPSol Mini-clip adapter that permits the Shockwave to reliably feed the Mini-shotshells. This permits the shorty shotgun to up the capacity to 8+1. http://www.opsolmini-clip.com/...wxRbb5caAml3EALw_wcB


THEN I stumbled upon the Pistol grip and brace by SB. I put it on this morning and took it out to the range. Even with the buckshot it was very easy on the shoulder and lots of fun to shoot. They list for $199, but I got it from $129.
https://www.sb-tactical.com/product/590-sbm4/




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It makes a good gun great IMO.


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So David W, do you have a source for less expensive Mini shotshells?




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I bought the Remington 870 version of that gun, that comes from the factory with the pistol grip and brace. Very cool gun.


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So David W, do you have a source for less expensive Mini shotshells?


Bulk Mini Shotgun shells: https://www.brownells.com/ammu...0.aspx?sku=105003535




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Rolan, how did you get the brace and adapter so cheap? I want one but $200 seems a bit steep.
 
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Cooger, Check Ebay. I also had a buddy at this store. He gave me as good a deal as he could.




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So David W, do you have a source for less expensive Mini shotshells?


Bulk Mini Shotgun shells: https://www.brownells.com/ammu...0.aspx?sku=105003535


That's a lot cheaper than the ones I have bought for sure! Seems the buck shot is a lot harder to find as well.


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That's a lot cheaper than the ones I have bought for sure! Seems the buck shot is a lot harder to find as well.


They have buck and slugs.

Also check Cheaper than dirt.




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I need this!


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Yeah, the next thing it needs is a QD sling adapter on the buffer tube.




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Looking to try something very similar but with the Remington. Thanks for the inspiration.
 
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Can you switch to any brace you want, like the collapsible versions or does adding a different brace and buffer tube change the classification of the weapon?
 
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I just built a similar gun on a Tac 14 for a customer. We considered the SB brace, but even to doing a Mesa Tactical AR stock and grip adapter, SBA3 brace, and Magpul grip. We went that route for the collapsible brace. The Mesa adapter also has a built in QD point.

I just quoted another member on the SB brace for the Mossberg. If anybody else wants one, email me for SF pricing.
 
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I just built a similar gun on a Tac 14 for a customer. We considered the SB brace, but even to doing a Mesa Tactical AR stock and grip adapter, SBA3 brace, and Magpul grip. We went that route for the collapsible brace. The Mesa adapter also has a built in QD point.

I just quoted another member on the SB brace for the Mossberg. If anybody else wants one, email me for SF pricing.


Beat me to it! I was just about to point them in your direction Wink

Email me a price on the Mesa/SBA3 setup, please.

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I’m diggin this setup. Thanks for posting this as I “kinda” love mine in 20 gauge. Thanks again!
 
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I find myself again, wanting one of these. Especially with the advent of being able to use min shells.
 
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My 590 12ga

Has a Lyman stock adapter and magpul pistol grip. I dont recommend this setup if you have a bad back like I do. I only shot it once and put it away.

 
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