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Today, Shockwave Technologies is proud to introduce the Raptor Lug for Mossberg 500 PGO firearms. Developed by Shawn Straffin with 802Traders, the precision-machined Raptor Lug solves the problem of purchasing an expensive Mossberg 500 PGO 12-gauge firearm and then having to turn around and purchase a sometimes-even-more expensive 14″ front end kit—just to build a badass non-NFA firearm.
The Raptor Lug ships with the lug itself, a roll pin, a magazine spring retainer, and six pages of detailed illustrated instructions. The simplicity of building a non-NFA 14″ Mossberg 500 with the Raptor Lug is sheer genius:
- Install the Raptor Grip M500 (sold separately)
- Chop your barrel and magazine tube (using a hacksaw is just fine—the Raptor Lug hides the cut end)
- Cut your magazine spring
- Drive the Raptor Lug M500 onto your barrel and magazine tube
- Drill a 1/8 hole and secure the lug in place with the included roll pin
No special tools needed. An overall length of 26.5″ is maintained throughout the process.
The Raptor Lug is offered at the low introductory price of just $39.95. Add a Raptor Grip for $25.95 and a Tactical Strap Kit for $11.49—and you have a handy, seriously badass home defense weapon for less than $80 (plus the price of the host firearm, of course).
You can find more information about the Raptor Lug here.
Today, Shockwave Technologies is proud to introduce a complete Blade kit for full-size Glock pistols. Significantly improve the accuracy and safety of firing your Glock.
Shockwave has teamed up with ENDO Tactical to be able to offer this exciting kit. Please note that the TSA-G adapter is the genuine, made-in-the-U.S.A. article. (Not one of those cheesy Chinese ones sold on Ebay that don’t fit.)
The kit includes everything you need to install the sleek, lightweight Shockwave Blade on your Glock pistol:
- Shockwave Blade, black with cone-point set screw
- KAK Shockwave tube with dimples
- KAK castle nut
- KAK endplate
- ENDO Tactical TSA-G adapter for Glock
- All mounting hardware
We are currently shipping these complete kits at the low price of just $113.95. Learn more here.
We have the 92514 kits in stock again. This is going to be our last batch of Mossberg 14″ front ends that we resell. (Mossberg’s margins for resellers is just too slim to make it worthwhile.) You can find them here. If you want one from us, jump on them. Our batch previous to this sold out in two days.
An open letter to our customers with current backorders. We were caught unprepared for the sheer onslaught of orders we received during the Christmas and New Years holidays. And then Obama went and ran his mouth. It was the perfect storm. We are working with our suppliers to get components in as fast as possible—and ship as quickly as we can. That said, it will still be 3 to 7 business days from today before we are completely caught up. If you have a backorder with us and would like a refund, please send an email to that effect. (Email is much more efficient than calling.) But if you can hang in there for another week plus or minus, thank you tremendously.
I get asked—A LOT—about which Mossberg 500 PGO model to buy and use as the basis for building a 26.5″ non-NFA firearm. I took the time recently to sit down and pour through all the different models of 500 that Mossberg sells—both 12-gauge and 20-gauge models of their Cruisers and Persuaders.
In the 12-gauge realm, there are several good candidates. The best in my opinion, however, is the 56340. (Shown at the top of this story.) This is a 20″ model with an 8-shot capacity and a matte finish. Most often, the bolt on these models has received the matte finish as well, which really makes the Raptor-ized firearm simply badass.
The next best 12-gauge candidate is the 51340. This is an 18.5″ model with a 6-shot capacity and also a matte finish. However, the bolts on these are usually chrome plated in my experience.
There are two other 12-gauge models that could also work: the 50580 and the 50440. Both of these models, however, feature a bright blue finish (versus a matte blue finish.) The 50580 is a 20″ model with an 8-shot capacity. The 50440 is an 18.5″ model with 6-shot capacity.
For 20-gauge guns, there’s really only one choice from Mossberg: the 50450 is a 18.5″ model with a 6-shot capacity and a bright blue finish.
I’ll just leave this picture here to tempt you to cross over to the Raptor side.
Note: All of the Mossberg 500 models discussed in this story ship from the factory with only a pistol grip. In other words, they are PGO firearms—not shotguns.
A customer recently turn us onto the Fab Defense KPOS G2 LB-200 Handgun Support System. (Quite the name!) Has anyone purchased this system? What are your thoughts on it? Looks like it’s been around since 2012. You would think you would see more of these out “in the wild.” Very interesting pistol stabilizing brace from the Israelis. Let us know your thoughts on it.