Raptor Kit for Mossberg 500/590

Raptor Kit for Mossberg 500/590


$69.95 $59.95

Raptor Kit for Mossberg 500/590

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Shockwave Raptor Kit for Mossberg 500/590

The Shockwave Technologies Raptor Kit includes the Raptor Grip, Heat Shield and Forend nut tool, all MADE IN AMERICA. Its glass-filled polymer construction is virtually indestructible.

Forend Features include:

  • Rugged glass-reinforced polymer
  • Lightweight
  • Avaliable in Black, FDE, OD Green and Gray
  • Extra length lets you personalize forward handhold
  • Ribbed inset area provides secure gripping
  • Front and rear handstops improve safety
  • A total of 10 M-LOK® slots for mounting lights, vertical grips, angled grips, Picatinny rails, and more
  • Includes the upper heat shield to prevents burns and offers rifle sights for fast target acquisition
  • Includes forend wrench simplifies and speeds installation
  • Compatible with Mossberg 500/590 12-gauge firearms
  • Veteran designed
  • Made in U.S.A.

The Raptor Grip is avaliable in Black, FDE, OD Green and Gray. It is molded of a super-tough glass-filled polymer.

Installation instructions

Firearm shown is not included, however.

**FOR MOSBERG MAVERICK 88 and MOSSBERG 500 Cruiser / Persuader with a pinned forend will require you to change the action slide and tube with Mossberg part number 11603P.

The Raptor F1 heat shield is not compatible with receiver-mounted rails 

Be sure to closely check fit, function, and clearance — many receiver-mounted accessories are NOT compatible with the Raptor F1.**

Additional information

Weight22.4 oz

Black, FDE, OD Green, Gray

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8 replies on “Raptor Kit for Mossberg 500/590”

I love this forend on my Mossberg 590 shockwave, not only looks amazing but it is more comfortable an sturdy than the original pump action. I feel I have more control of my shockwave. And the heat shield is amazing. Great quality and very easy to install, at least for me it was no more than 15 minutes.

Is it possible to attach a hand strap to the bottom of the forend? I’m slightly concerned about my hand slipping off the grip.

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