Archive for December 30, 2011

Sometimes, Just Racking the Slide Will Do…

It seems that sometimes the mere sound of racking a shotgun slide is enough to scare scumbags away.

Pregnant Woman with Shotgun Thwarts Burglars

 

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Stirring Up the Blogosphere…

It looks like we have a couple of people blogging about my new bird’s head grip for the Mossberg 500—and some of its great uses. 🙂

Say Uncle: Another NFA Hack

Sipsey Street Irregulars: Calling the ATF on an Insane Ruling

I guess any publicity is good publicity. 😉 Regarding the DD suggestion, I can’t see ATF calling PGO 12-gauge firearms Destructive Devices. That would cause quite a mess for the ATF, as there are literally hundreds of thousands of PGO Mossberg Cruisers and Persuaders already in existence. And I don’t see them classifying all of those as DDs.

Another commenter posed the scenario of possessing both the 14″ configuration as pictured and a bone-stock Mossberg 500 in the same place. His concern centered on “constructive intent.” However, constructive intent wouldn’t play into it, as all the items in that scenario would have a legal use. Constructive intent only applies when there is no legal use for a combination of items. Thompson proved this in their case with the Contender setup with both a long and short barrel and a pistol grip and a stock—and only one receiver.

Like I’ve mentioned, I’m not a firearms attorney. But I had my own lawyer examine this subject (before I built my personal 26.5″ PGO firearm). His determination was that I am on the right side of the law with my firearm. But he only represents me.

 

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Raptor Grips are IN!!!

You read right—the long-awaited Raptor Grips for the Mossberg 500 series are IN STOCK! We’ll be shipping the rest of the week.

 

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Raptor Grip Test Parts Molded and Approved!

The test parts are molded. And everything looks and fits perfectly! For all of you waiting, your Raptor Grip will be shipping very very soon. I really appreciate all the interest and preorders I’ve received for this product. It was a bigger project than one might’ve guessed. A big thank you to all those who provided their support.

–Marty

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It’s Alive!!!

The new Shockwave Technologies website is up and running. ‘Bout frakkin’ time! To anyone thinking of setting up a website—or polishing off an old site that’s been neglected far too long—give WordPress a try. It’s not overly difficult. Took me a couple of days to figure things out and get things to the point you see them today.

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