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#170874 - 05/04/18 08:48 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Wayne Dengler]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Range session tomorrow with the Shock-Wave (again) and also my Charter Arms BullDog that I "Boomerized".

Now that the outdoor range is open I have 2-3 sessions a week there.

Wayne
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#176634 - 12/07/18 05:47 PM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Wayne Dengler]
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Just picked one up, haven't shot it yet, but might be a good Jeep gun

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#176639 - 12/07/18 07:36 PM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Peter_Kaufman]
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Good for those Utah Zombies!! I use big magnets to hold my Glocks and extra mag. You might consider that on your roll bar for that Shocker.

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#176648 - 12/08/18 08:46 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: pappy19]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Pete,
That looks really nice.

What I did to mine was put a bit of electrical tape over the ends of the fore end nylon strap. Those straps ends,at least on mine,tend to be sharp.

I also put on a set of detachable sling swivels and a nylon 1 1/4" sling.

I also replaced the front sight with a large XS bead that fits over the factory sight.

I find that the Mossberg Shock-Wave is far superior to the Remington TAC-14. In fact,at least in my opinion,the TAC-14 is no comparison.

I also see that Inland Mfg is making a copy of the Ithaca Stakeout in conjunction with Ithaca. Looks pretty much like the ones used by the NYPD Stake out squad years ago.


Let us know how your new Shock-Wave does on the range. Remember to use the strong "push/pull " hold on the gun. Recoil is not bad at all unless you insist on using 3" mags.

Wayne
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#176697 - 12/10/18 10:55 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Wayne Dengler]
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Got a Shockwave for our son for Christmas. Can't wait to shoot it myself. grin
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#176715 - 12/11/18 08:01 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: TAH]
Wayne Dengler Offline
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Tom,
I know that you will enjoy the Shock-Wave that you bought for your son.

Did you really buy it for your son or plan on "holding it" for him for a "while"

Take a look at the Thunder Ranch review and use of the Shock-Wave.

Clint Smith does an excellent job in demonstrating the correct technique of shooting it.

Remember to have your hand in the fore arm strap. It is there for a good reason.

Wayne
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#176717 - 12/11/18 08:40 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Wayne Dengler]
TAH Offline
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Thanks for the tips, Wayne. Our son is 21, so it will be his gun. He already has a conceal carry license for his Sig 365. He truly is a poster child for a responsible gun owner. He has been shooting with me since he was 5 and knows gun safety. He doesn't drink, smoke, do drugs, level headed, common sense, discreet, no temper, no traffic violations. He's a great kid and he got all of that from his mom. But he does have my feet. grin

We'll check out the Thunder Ranch review. To get started, I bought some Aguila 12ga. Minishells 1 3/4", but I'm sure he will go full load soon.
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#176718 - 12/11/18 09:14 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: TAH]
Billy Poyner Offline
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Tom,
Have to disagree with you.He's not a kid.You and your wife raised
a kid into a Fine Young Man!!!!
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#176720 - 12/11/18 09:59 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: Billy Poyner]
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Thanks Billy! smile
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#176760 - 12/12/18 08:17 AM Re: Mossberg Shock Wave [Re: TAH]
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Tom,
Congratulations on raising a fine young man.

As for me,I was quite the heck raiser. Never got in trouble with the law or in school however....

If you shoot the mini shells in the Shock-Wave you will need to buy a small rubber adapter that fits in the bottom of the magazine well to assure proper functioning. I think it is about $15. or so.

Using the Aguila shells increases the magazine capacity by about another three rounds or so.

By the way,many folks don't know this, but Aguila is a Remington owned company.

Now that your son is going to have a Shock-Wave,are you going to get one for yourself so you don't have to "borrow" you son's all the time??

Wayne
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