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    Default New Home Defense Gun

    Mossberg 590 Shock Wave 12ga 14" 6 shot

    Not out yet, but can reserve... around $400.



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    Great shotgun! I want to get something like it for me too. But honestly, I would like it to have a capability of upgrading with some weapon sights like that nightvision from http://www.atncorp.com/nightvision-weapon-sights for example. It would be a perfect weapon, I guess
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    Hasn't this technology been around for awhile?

    Last edited by anaconda; 07-08-2017 at 06:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Hasn't this technology been around for awhile?
    The Shockwave has a 14 inch barrel which would typically require a tax stamp and classification as an 'Any Other Weapon.' Because of the grip extending its overall length past 26 inches, you don't need the stamp.

    The shotgun itself isn't remarkable. The grip that skirts their bull$#@! decrees is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcchiefs6465 View Post
    The Shockwave has a 14 inch barrel which would typically require a tax stamp and classification as an 'Any Other Weapon.' Because of the grip extending its overall length past 26 inches, you don't need the stamp.

    The shotgun itself isn't remarkable. The grip that skirts their bull$#@! decrees is.
    Interesting. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcchiefs6465 View Post

    The shotgun itself isn't remarkable. The grip that skirts their bull$#@! decrees is.
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    I'd think it would be very easy to lose control of that grip while rapidly firing 3 inch magnum shells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    I'd think it would be very easy to lose control of that grip while rapidly firing 3 inch magnum shells.
    I don't think I'd even try 3" magnums. Low recoil buck should be fine for home defense.

    The reviews I've seen say that it's less harsh to the wrist than a pistol grip (ala Mossberg Just in Case). Hikock45 put what looks like rubberized grip tape on it.

    My problem, which I didn't think of 'til after I ordered it, is where can I shoot it? The range I belong to doesn't allow targets in the clay shooting area
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaninPA View Post
    I don't think I'd even try 3" magnums. Low recoil buck should be fine for home defense.

    The reviews I've seen say that it's less harsh to the wrist than a pistol grip (ala Mossberg Just in Case). Hikock45 put what looks like rubberized grip tape on it.

    My problem, which I didn't think of 'til after I ordered it, is where can I shoot it? The range I belong to doesn't allow targets in the clay shooting area
    Trust me, it will work just fine without sighting in.
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    I like Mossberg. I bought a 20ga so my wife can shoot. She's really a natural; #3 buckshot is not a problem. Twenty 25 caliber balls in there, so it will layout an intruder. The size and power are a good combination. I think I paid about $275 for it.
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    I think I'll just stick with my Saiga 12.

    10 rounds in the magazine and it's semiautomatic.

    Can also use a 30 round drum magazine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.3D View Post
    I think I'll just stick with my Saiga 12.

    10 rounds in the magazine and it's semiautomatic.

    Can also use a 30 round drum magazine.
    And I'll stick with my BR-99 which does the same. It's really all the shotgun I need, though I still love my Mossberg 500 that I got for a great price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Gonna have to wait 'til Joe Biden publishes his review ...
    what?
    fire 2 in tha air and wait for the cops...to come and ARREST U?

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