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  • NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

    https://www.smga.com/p-125063-mossbe...eid=241f33e992

  • #2
    Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

    Mean looking sucker. Bet it gets meat on both ends tho...
    "some people never let their given word interfere if something they want comes along"
    The real problem with the world are laws preventing culling.

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    • #3
      Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

      Oregon, now freezing all transfer of these, until their States Attorney office can decide "what it is".

      By FEDERAL stand, its a "Firearm" (only) - not a Pistol, not a Shotgun.

      But individual State definitions, are completely different issue. Seems Oregon is seizing on that.

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      • #4
        Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

        I don't want to shoot that thing.
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        • #5
          Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

          Originally posted by Herr Walther View Post
          I don't want to shoot that thing.
          the specialized grip makes a world of difference, nothing is 'biting' your wrist like a regular PG. it instead is dispersed evenly down the the entire forearm.

          thus, wholly more manageable, dare one say - comfortable

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          • #6
            Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

            You guys are clueless or have serious arthritis. I've owned a Mossberg Breacher, with the PG only grip for many years and have put a lot of rounds through it without an issue. I prefer to shoot it while looking down the sights, meaning held right in front of my face. It has never blown back on me.... I've shot buck, bird and slugs using that technique. You have to be smart when you shoot a PG shotgun, it's not like a semi-auto handgun. You don't worry about limp wristing it. Hold it tight, but not as tight as you would a 9mm. Let it roll a little when it fires. Basically it's the same style grip as shooting a Single Action revolver.

            As long as you are shooting normal 2.5" shells, there is no problem. The Shockwave is supposedly even easier to shoot because of the grip. I was thinking about buying one of those grips for my Breacher, but since the Shockwave came out, I'm more likely just to buy a new gun. That is a really sweet package and you'd be well advised to grab one.

            The price listed is nothing special. I've seen them at local gun shops in the $400- $420 range, which after you figure in shipping and transfer fees, is about the same price.
            How miserable that man is that governs a People where six parts of seven at least are poor, indebted, discontented, and armed. - William Berkley... Royal Governor of the Colony of Virginia (1670'ish).

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            • #7
              Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

              Not clueless, I have a 8" scar on my left forearm from a titanium plate being placed to fix a shattered bone, a wrist that was dislocated with permanent damage at the same time so I have to be careful what I shoot or hurt like hell for three of four days. Otherwise, I'd love to have one , especially since it seems to be legal with a 14" barrel. These injuries are a big part of why I use 9mm pistols, can't tolerate too much torque to my wrist.
              "some people never let their given word interfere if something they want comes along"
              The real problem with the world are laws preventing culling.

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              • #8
                Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                Rather negative review in Guns, Sept 2017, by Holt Bodinson. Designed to be fired from the waist position ONLY, as specified in the manual. Not terribly accurate and does not run well with mini-shells. They do not feed well without the installation of of the rubber OPSol Mini-Clip which the author found not thoroughly reliable. Useful perhaps in bear country when hiking. Author says "Shockwave may be a cool looking but it's not a gun to be purchased, fired a few times and then set aside... Requires you to maintain your proficiency with through periodic practice. It's a darn demanding firearm". List price $455 apparently.

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                • #9
                  Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                  Originally posted by LYCAN View Post
                  Oregon, now freezing all transfer of these, until their States Attorney office can decide "what it is".

                  By FEDERAL stand, its a "Firearm" (only) - not a Pistol, not a Shotgun.

                  But individual State definitions, are completely different issue. Seems Oregon is seizing on that.
                  I figured that kind of thing would start happening. While the Shockwave may be legal (for now) in Arkansas I have a feeling if I had one in my truck and got pulled over for something.....The over zealous cop would feel it was his or her duty to confiscate it. Then I have the hassle of getting it back. Not worth it to me.

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                  • #10
                    Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                    I guess "size" does matter to the feds. A couple of inches? Nonsense - but then they killed folks at Ruby Ridge for a shotgun 1/2" too long.

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                    • #11
                      Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                      Originally posted by DaveBob View Post
                      I guess "size" does matter to the feds. A couple of inches? Nonsense - but then they killed folks at Ruby Ridge for a shotgun 1/2" too long.
                      the killed his family for not bowing to their will. The never cared about the shotgun. Their rage was his Righteous defiance.

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                      • #12
                        Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                        Originally posted by DaveBob View Post
                        I guess "size" does matter to the feds. A couple of inches? Nonsense - but then they killed folks at Ruby Ridge for a shotgun 1/2" too long.
                        I think the publicized issue was that the barrel was 1/2" too short. And the BATF actually trapped him into sawing it off.

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                        • #13
                          Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                          You are correct - it was too short by 1/2" - and they did trap him.

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                          • #14
                            Re: NIB Mossy Shockwave - $369 SHIPPED

                            Hickok45 seems to think they're great - shooting gongs at 80 plus yards with his -

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxECBq-f68s


                            Clint Smith of Thunder Ranch seems to think it's okay and can be used for self defense too -

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM_sqSTg2v8


                            I think it's personal preference - then some don't like pistol grip shotguns no matter what.
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