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It's not you,
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I couldn’t resist any longer. Smile

I originally planned on getting the original and putting wood furniture on it, but my local fun store (Tanner’s) got a bunch of these in.

The leather strap is really nice too. It’s stamped/pressed with “Mossberg”.

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That does look cool, the wood really makes it.

I already have one in 20 gauge as a secondary H.D. gun, don't really need this one except for the cool factor.



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Would be even nicer if they checkered the grip, but. I like the wood way better
 
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You know, I've wanted a Shockwave just because, but it never really talked to me, just wanted it more of as a Because Fuck You. But that wood, the wood talks to me.



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I have absolutely no use for such a firearm.

But I want one.


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Oh, by the way, which one's "Pink?"
 
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I love my Shockwave and been thinking of getting a second one. I think this is the one.




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I’m in agreement with ASG and ShneaSIG.

I have no need for such a thing, but I think I’ll have to go get one. At the price, I can’t see not getting my fun quotient out of it...



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Is that a Mossberg Factory offering?
If so I’d love to know the PN# or SKU# of it to order.
Love the wood!
 
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The 20ga plastic model is $270 with free shipping:

https://palmettostatearmory.co...a-shotgun-50657.html
 
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Is that a Mossberg Factory offering?
If so I’d love to know the PN# or SKU# of it to order.
Love the wood!

https://www.galleryofguns.com/...ault.aspx?item=50651


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that'd look great in one of these

or these

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I really like that wood and leather! Now I wish I had waited before buying mine.




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that'd look great in one of these

or these


Hey PorterN! Where’d ya get that set up?


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that'd look great in one of these
or these


Hey PorterN! Where’d ya get that set up?


Costs more than the shotgun or the pistol, but it is a sweet looking setup.

http://www.andrewsleather.com/firepower.htm




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Thanks PaleHorse!


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I wonder if you can get the grip and the foregrip? I have a shockwave that I cerakoted OD green.


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I wonder if you can get the grip and the foregrip? I have a shockwave that I cerakoted OD green.



That would look sick, I saw an 870 that had a really green park job and walnut stock/forend and it was really cool.
 
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I wonder if you can get the grip and the foregrip? I have a shockwave that I cerakoted OD green.



That would look sick, I saw an 870 that had a really green park job and walnut stock/forend and it was really cool.


That sure would look good. Pretty classic pairing as far as finishes and furniture combos go.

As per ASG and a few others; the original Shockwave did little for me, but this has a certain vintage appeal to it. It reminds me of the umbrella-holder full of retired nightsticks my grandfather kept by the front door.
 
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that looks like the perfect dumpster protection shotgun

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I have one with the Black plastic furniture, 20 gauge, absolutely useless...… I love the friggin thing!!!!!!! Wink Wink Wink
 
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