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6 hours ago, sota said:

i'm more intrigued with the custom made semi auto shockwave sized ones people are starting to make.

if ol' mossy decides to do one  themselves, I might have to make another purchase.

The 930 receiver is the same as a 500/590/590A1.  So a 930M is doable. 

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a semi auto shockwave


Black Aces Tactical did some 12” 1100 SBS, which look pretty awesome. Guess they couldn’t get non-shotgun 1100 receivers, but they offer an 18.5” “non-NFA” version.

But if I’m going short, I want “firearm” short. Or maybe I’ll file for a SBS stamp when I leave NJ.

http://www.blackacestactical.com/semiautomatic-shotguns

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I'm willing to bet mossberg does the shockwave on a 930 receiver at some point.
pretty much they're printing money with the damn things as it is.  hell I have the 12 and 20, and am seriously thinking the .410 just because why the fuck not.

actually i'm thinking the .410 would be a great bump-in-the-night gun for older people who can't manage a pistol; I wish the kid had been able to come last time, as he would have been a good bell weather for the 20ga shockwave.

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On 7/8/2018 at 10:34 PM, sota said:

I'm willing to bet mossberg does the shockwave on a 930 receiver at some point.
pretty much they're printing money with the damn things as it is.  hell I have the 12 and 20, and am seriously thinking the .410 just because why the fuck not.

actually i'm thinking the .410 would be a great bump-in-the-night gun for older people who can't manage a pistol; I wish the kid had been able to come last time, as he would have been a good bell weather for the 20ga shockwave.

You seriously have... a shockwave problem! Jus sayen! Seek help!

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6 hours ago, Ray Ray said:

Because the ammo is expensive and itdoesn't have nearly the stopping power of 12g or 20g.  

Oh stop... I’m trying to be, an enabler 

17 minutes ago, sota said:

I want a shockwave in SxS config. :D

SxSxS

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