The Mossberg 590 Shockwave is a unique, compact 20-gauge pump-action firearm. With its 14-inch barrel and bird's head pistol grip, it's ideal for close-quarters self-defense. The Shockwave's compact size and distinctive appearance has earned it a strong following.
Key features of this unique firearm:
Compact Design: The Mossberg 590 Shockwave features a short 14-inch barrel and an overall length just over 26 inches. This compact design allows for easy maneuverability in tight spaces, making it well-suited for home defense or other close-quarters situations.
Magazine Capacity: The Mossberg 590 Shockwave is fitted with a tubular magazine that holds up to 5 shells.
Action Type: The Shockwave utilizes a pump-action mechanism, which is known for its reliability and ease of use. The action is smooth and easy to cycle.
Tang Safety: A thumb safety is located on the back of the receiver. This safety design allows for easy manipulation by both right-handed and left-handed users.
Sights: The Shockwave is fitted with a front bead sight for aiming. The receiver is drilled and tapped, making it easy for the shooter to install other sights or optics if desired.
Unique Design: The Mossberg 590 Shockwave is not designed to be shouldered like a traditional shotgun. Instead, it is designed to be fired from the hip or held close to the body.
Durable Construction: Like other Mossberg firearms, the Shockwave is built with durability in mind, featuring quality materials and construction that can withstand the demands of shooting and handling.
Legal Considerations: It's important to be aware of your local, state and federal laws regarding the ownership and use of firearms like the Mossberg 590 Shockwave, as regulations can vary.
The Mossberg 590 Shockwave offers a unique combination of power, compactness and reliability, making it a suitable option for individuals seeking a self-defense firearm with a small footprint. Its distinctive design and non-traditional features have contributed to its popularity.
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