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brent_mpk
11-09-2009, 1:43 AM
*Updated pictures with a Hogue O.M. Stock which helps out with the weight issue by bringing the shotgun closer to the body due to it being approximately 2.5" shorter than the factory stock. I also replaced the light module on the Surefire forend with the new LM1 model.

This is my parkerized Mossberg 590A1. It took a little bit of modification to get the Surefire and heat shield to fit, but well worth the time.

Specs:
Hogue O.M. Stock *new*
Surefire tactical weapon lite w/ *new* LM1 module
9 lbs unloaded...yes it's heavy :(
8 plus 1 rd capacity
Factory 20" heavy walled barrel
Mossberg heat shield
Burris Fastfire II red dot sight
Tac Star 6 rd side saddle
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5282/5337937187_6e7dfc19e1_z.jpg
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5008/5338548922_233b57da63_z.jpg

rkt88edmo
11-09-2009, 2:08 AM
how did you manage the surefire? is that a different bezel?

brent_mpk
11-09-2009, 1:59 PM
The forend is the Surefire model# 623LFG. It came as is, and I did not have to replace any parts. As stated by Surefire, some modification is needed to make the forend fit correctly. However, I decided to modify the forend instead of their suggestion of modifying the bayonet lug. I used a dremel with a cutting wheel to grind/shave down the slide tube stop on the inside of forend. I took off a little more that a 1/4" to make the forend and the slide tube flush in the rear. This created enough of a gap between the flashlight and bayonet lug for full weapon/light function. I reversed the stock slide nut to secure the forend to the slide tube instead of trying to find a washer to fit the gap created by shaving the forend. I attached a few photos...
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2520/4090992044_1dd90166a3.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2690/4090226223_3fd598d876.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2470/4090994674_c87d1b27f6.jpg

AlliedArmory
11-09-2009, 6:11 PM
nice looking shotty there mang., but that folding stock hurts like a mofo

Fillabuster
11-09-2009, 7:13 PM
Sick! Hope to see you at the range one of these days :)

rkt88edmo
11-09-2009, 9:50 PM
Awesome, thanks for sharing, I am pretty sure I haven't seen anyone do that mod before, pretty straightforward and you didn't have to remove much material it looks like. Time to start saving up for the fore end.

The forend is the Surefire model# 623LFG. It came as is, and I did not have to replace any parts. As stated by Surefire, some modification is needed to make the forend fit correctly. However, I decided to modify the forend instead of their suggestion of modifying the bayonet lug. I used a dremel with a cutting wheel to grind/shave down the slide tube stop on the inside of forend. I took off a little more that a 1/4" to make the forend and the slide tube flush in the rear. This created enough of a gap between the flashlight and bayonet lug for full weapon/light function. I reversed the stock slide nut to secure the forend to the slide tube instead of trying to find a washer to fit the gap created by shaving the forend. I attached a few photos...
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2520/4090992044_1dd90166a3.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2690/4090226223_3fd598d876.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2470/4090994674_c87d1b27f6.jpg

brent_mpk
11-10-2009, 1:01 AM
No problem, always happy to help.

CAAT1
12-18-2009, 11:26 PM
That is one cool 590A1 there. BADASS!:cool:

brent_mpk
12-21-2009, 12:40 PM
thanks :D

NERVOUS
01-11-2010, 12:45 AM
Which heatshield did you use?

brent_mpk
01-13-2010, 1:32 AM
I used the factory Mossberg heat shield off of their website. However, it's hit or miss... My friend has a 590A1 like mine(a little older), and bought the same heat shield off the Mossberg site and it did not fit.

Black Majik
01-13-2010, 10:52 AM
The forend is the Surefire model# 623LFG. It came as is, and I did not have to replace any parts. As stated by Surefire, some modification is needed to make the forend fit correctly. However, I decided to modify the forend instead of their suggestion of modifying the bayonet lug. I used a dremel with a cutting wheel to grind/shave down the slide tube stop on the inside of forend. I took off a little more that a 1/4" to make the forend and the slide tube flush in the rear. This created enough of a gap between the flashlight and bayonet lug for full weapon/light function. I reversed the stock slide nut to secure the forend to the slide tube instead of trying to find a washer to fit the gap created by shaving the forend. I attached a few photos...
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2520/4090992044_1dd90166a3.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2690/4090226223_3fd598d876.jpg
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2470/4090994674_c87d1b27f6.jpg


Genius! Well done, a very nice looking 590A1. :cool2:

brent_mpk
01-14-2010, 1:50 AM
Thanks! The only draw back to the heat shield and surefire is that my moss weighs 10 lbs unloaded! hahahaha

Fillabuster
01-15-2010, 8:56 AM
That's 10 lbs of zombie smashing goodness!

5150bronco
01-15-2010, 7:22 PM
is this the one that is sold at big 5? I was looking there today.

SDgarrick
01-18-2010, 8:39 PM
love that parkerizing, really nice 590A1, I'm beginning to really like this over the 870. again, well played.

brent_mpk
01-20-2010, 10:38 PM
is this the one that is sold at big 5? I was looking there today.
Not sure if they carry this model at Big 5. I got it from thru Minute Man Firearms.

Foriegn power
01-21-2010, 11:46 PM
Nice, i heard Monterey park is notorious for their good drivers?:thumbsup:

brent_mpk
01-22-2010, 3:00 AM
Nice, i heard Monterey park is notorious for their good drivers?:thumbsup:
LOL... you heard right. Lucky I'm a good defensive driver!!! :94:

NERVOUS
01-22-2010, 3:15 PM
I used the factory Mossberg heat shield off of their website. However, it's hit or miss... My friend has a 590A1 like mine(a little older), and bought the same heat shield off the Mossberg site and it did not fit.

Is this the heat shield you used?

Mossbert Heat Shield (http://www.mossberg.com/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=95066&reference=/cgi-bin/commerce.exe%3Fsearch%3Daction%26keywords%3Dheat%2 6searchstart%3D0%26template%3DPDGCommTemplates\Mos sPdgNav\SearchResult.html%26category%3D%26sku%3D)

brent_mpk
01-23-2010, 10:01 PM
Is this the heat shield you used?

Mossbert Heat Shield (http://www.mossberg.com/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=95066&reference=/cgi-bin/commerce.exe%3Fsearch%3Daction%26keywords%3Dheat%2 6searchstart%3D0%26template%3DPDGCommTemplates\Mos sPdgNav\SearchResult.html%26category%3D%26sku%3D)
Yes, that is the one I ordered.

dohboy
02-05-2010, 11:23 PM
so the Mossberg factory parkerized heat shield fits the heavy thick barrel of the 590A1???

AlliedArmory
02-05-2010, 11:31 PM
so the Mossberg factory parkerized heat shield fits the heavy thick barrel of the 590A1???

His did, but mine didn't. We ordered ours about the same time, mine a few weeks after his. His fit pretty easily, and mine there was no way it would fit.

I contacted these guys a while ago and the 20" 590a1 heatshield should be available any day now

http://www.aimprotactical.com/16873/20285.html



and yes. his shotgun is freakin HEAVY

TommyRuss
02-27-2010, 3:46 PM
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/9774/img0801e.jpg (http://img5.imageshack.us/i/img0801e.jpg/)

Just finished Brent_MPK's Surefire mod on my Mossberg. Only needed to shave/grind off slightly more than 1/4" inside the Surefire.

Mossberg 590A1 (#51663)
Surefire 623LF
Mesa Tactical stock kit (w/ Endine recoil buffer)

rkt88edmo
02-27-2010, 4:33 PM
huh, looks like the new LM series with one battery and shorter profile would also adress this now. That being said, i'll be keeping my eye out for a deal on any of the models because of this mod.

TommyRuss
02-27-2010, 5:46 PM
yeah, i just noticed that myself on the Surefire website. i guess they were just waiting for me to buy the forend that needed modification!

Limit67
02-27-2010, 8:47 PM
How does having that lug and potentially the bayonet effect the light? I'm going to be doing this to my 590a1, and am glad theres a way to do it without taking the lug off. Thanks for showing us how!

TommyRuss
02-28-2010, 6:53 AM
How does having that lug and potentially the bayonet effect the light? I'm going to be doing this to my 590a1, and am glad theres a way to do it without taking the lug off. Thanks for showing us how!

there is about a 1/4" overlap, where the front bezel of the flashlight hits the lug (and doesn't allow you to fully rack the weapon).

dark_ninja
02-28-2010, 7:07 AM
Very nice SG guys! I'm jealous!

Limit67
02-28-2010, 8:05 AM
Anybody want to make a tutorial on how to do this? I'm a noob and still am lost as to where to dremel and where not to...

Ishoot
02-28-2010, 9:17 AM
Anybody want to make a tutorial on how to do this? I'm a noob and still am lost as to where to dremel and where not to...

I'd say try and dry fitting it to see where the contact is occuring. Should be able to see that 1/4 or so overlap where the foreend hits the lug. Nice shotguns in this thread. Planning on picking up the ATI folding stock for my 500a for home defense also. Now Im going to look for a good deal on that Surefire forend too. :)

brent_mpk
02-28-2010, 11:50 PM
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/9774/img0801e.jpg (http://img5.imageshack.us/i/img0801e.jpg/)

Just finished Brent_MPK's Surefire mod on my Mossberg. Only needed to shave/grind off slightly more than 1/4" inside the Surefire.

Mossberg 590A1 (#51663)
Surefire 623LF
Mesa Tactical stock kit (w/ Endine recoil buffer)

Nice Job Tommy!! Looks good!!

brent_mpk
02-28-2010, 11:54 PM
huh, looks like the new LM series with one battery and shorter profile would also adress this now. That being said, i'll be keeping my eye out for a deal on any of the models because of this mod.

Wow, I like the look of the new LM models. Damn, might have to waste some money on a new bezel!!! :p

brent_mpk
02-28-2010, 11:58 PM
Anybody want to make a tutorial on how to do this? I'm a noob and still am lost as to where to dremel and where not to...

Limit, I would just buy the new LM model as posted by rkt88edmo if you havent already bought your Surefire.

Wherryj
04-01-2010, 6:08 PM
huh, looks like the new LM series with one battery and shorter profile would also adress this now. That being said, i'll be keeping my eye out for a deal on any of the models because of this mod.

Does anyone know if the 623 LM models also clear? It appears that the flashlight sticks out just as far as the older models, so it might still require modificastion?

I decided to go with the 200 lumen 623lmg instead of the 100 lumen 323lmg (lumens don't always tell actual flashlight output, but it is the same company..). I'm hoping to not need to do much modification.

brent_mpk
04-03-2010, 1:30 AM
Does anyone know if the 623 LM models also clear? It appears that the flashlight sticks out just as far as the older models, so it might still require modificastion?

I decided to go with the 200 lumen 623lmg instead of the 100 lumen 323lmg (lumens don't always tell actual flashlight output, but it is the same company..). I'm hoping to not need to do much modification.

The LED module on the new LM models are shorter. It is a one battery lite which shortens the module by about an inch and half or so. I called Surefire and they stated that the LM LED module can be bought from their dealers and can be screwed straight into the older LF models. Retail for just the LM LED module is $165. Really want the new module, but not sure if I want to spend that much for it.

Wherryj
04-08-2010, 8:52 AM
Well, I suspect that the 6 series LM that I ordered may be too long. I think that it is the 2 cell vs. 1 cell that makes the difference. I guess that I'll be finding out when the unit arrives.

I still think that the 2 cell is a better idea even if I need to modify (thanks to the OP for this mod-it looks like just the trick). 100 lumens vs. 200 lumens just seems like a no brainer.

That being said, the bezel design looks to be a bit differnt on the LMs...Perhaps it will clear after all? It would be interesting to hear from someone who has mounted the new 6 series LM to see if it clears. I have a message into Surefire as well, but who knows how long it might take to figure this one out.

Wherryj
04-12-2010, 5:17 PM
http://i759.photobucket.com/albums/xx238/wherryj/IMG00024-20100409-1925.jpg

http://i759.photobucket.com/albums/xx238/wherryj/IMG00023-20100409-19251.jpg

I suspect that this is related to the fact that you needed to grind 1/4inch off the forend, but I installed the 623LMG and it seems to be sitting about 1/4inch forward on the slide tube.

The LMG series bezel is a bit more sleek, and it clears the bayonet lug however it does so just barely. I was wondering if there was something hanging up the forend (ie. if it somehow slid forward after I attached it, but before I could get the forend nut back on)?

I didn't have a forend wrench and don't really want to risk the screwdriver again. I somehow managed to not ding up the nut or the barrel, but I'm not counting on continued good fortune. Unfortunately no local shops carry the wrenches...

Sorry for the low quality Blackberry photos. My son ran off with my camera.

brent_mpk
04-13-2010, 1:05 AM
I suspect that this is related to the fact that you needed to grind 1/4inch off the forend, but I installed the 623LMG and it seems to be sitting about 1/4inch forward on the slide tube.

The LMG series bezel is a bit more sleek, and it clears the bayonet lug however it does so just barely. I was wondering if there was something hanging up the forend (ie. if it somehow slid forward after I attached it, but before I could get the forend nut back on)?

I didn't have a forend wrench and don't really want to risk the screwdriver again. I somehow managed to not ding up the nut or the barrel, but I'm not counting on continued good fortune. Unfortunately no local shops carry the wrenches...

Sorry for the low quality Blackberry photos. My son ran off with my camera.


No, that is sitting correctly. The rear of my Surefire looked exactly like that before I did the mod. I do not have the tool for the lug nut either, and instead used a strap wrench to tighten/loosen the nut. The grinding/cutting is not to difficult with the dremel if you want more clearance.

Wherryj
04-13-2010, 7:50 AM
No, that is sitting correctly. The rear of my Surefire looked exactly like that before I did the mod. I do not have the tool for the lug nut either, and instead used a strap wrench to tighten/loosen the nut. The grinding/cutting is not to difficult with the dremel if you want more clearance.

Thanks, that is what I thought. From the modification you made it sounded like the forend never really fits fully back on the slide. I didn't look that closely at the original Mossberg stock, but I didn't remember it fitting that way.

You saved me from removing everything again just to make sure. Thanks!

goathead
04-13-2010, 8:24 AM
cool work

kemper
04-21-2010, 5:25 PM
Wow, I like the look of the new LM models. Damn, might have to waste some money on a new bezel!!! :p

me too....if you believe the pictures they show on the site, it looks like it clears the bayonet lug. also it makes no mention of having to remove it like the previous models did. has anyone actually found a place that carries them? no luck for me on the internet so far

Wherryj
04-21-2010, 5:33 PM
me too....if you believe the pictures they show on the site, it looks like it clears the bayonet lug. also it makes no mention of having to remove it like the previous models did. has anyone actually found a place that carries them? no luck for me on the internet so far

Our local sporting goods shop (Dom's in Livermore) was very happy to special order it for me. The 623LM does clear the bayonet lug, although only due to having a slimmer bezel. Surefire's official response was as follows:

Thank you for contacting SureFire.



The modification that was performed on the SureFire forend body as illustrated on the CalGuns forum site is not recommended as it will void the product warranty. The majority of users remove the bayonet lug as it is not used. Also even with that forend body modification, you would likely not be able to mount the bayonet onto the shotgun while keeping the SureFire light attached at the same time. There does not appear to be enough space available for both. With the new 623LM models, the front of the LED module will clear the bayonet lug however it is possible that under recoil the front edge of the LED module could be marred by the bayonet lug. We recommend removing they bayonet lug if not absolutely necessary.The shorter 323LM will clear the bayonet lug with no issues.



Best Regards,



Alex Nunes

Technical Support

SUREFIRE, LLC
18300 Mt. Baldy Circle I Fountain Valley, CA 92708 I U.S.A.
T 800-828-8809 F 714-545-9537

The world’s finest illumination tools and tactical accessories for those who would go in harm’s way, and for those who demand the ultimate in performance, innovation, and quality.

Mine does clear, although there is a little chance that recoil might slam the bezel into the bayonet lug. I'm not sure how much movement there would be on the forend during recoil, but I'd suspect that the very small clearance might not be enough.

The 323lm (one 123 cell) light should clear completely. However, the two cel 623lm has twice the output (200 lumens vs. 100) so you'll have to decide whether you want more light or more clearance.

I'll try to post pictures of the shotgun later. I thought that I had posted one with the light on and clearing the bezel, but perhaps I forgot that one?

Wherryj
04-21-2010, 5:35 PM
Actually I'm not overly concerned about the bezel being "marred" by recoil. So long as the impact doesn't ruin the bulb assembly I'm fine with cosmetic issues.

I guess that I'll see how long it lasts...

kemper
04-21-2010, 7:54 PM
i'll be interested to hear how it goes....otherwise it looks like the 323 will be the one for me

great info wherryj...thanks

Wherryj
04-22-2010, 9:43 AM
I took pics, but forgot my phone this morning. I'll try to post them, but I did notice that I posted one with the light clearing the bayonet lug. It does clear due to the lower profile bezel, but only by about a millimeter. Racking the slide aggressively doesn't cause contact between the lug and the bezel, but I haven't had a chance to get out and fire the weapon since the mod.

I'd also assume that it might take quite a bit of testing to assure that there isn't "incidental contact" that slowly mars the bezel.

The other option appears to be getting a 323 light conversion kit for any of the forends. The forends appear to be the same amongst models, only differing in the actual light assembly. They have the kits that convert any Mossberg Surefire forend to a 323LM or 623LM just by screwing in the new body.

Unfortunately they aren't on Surefire's sight, or any internet store, yet. But this may be the way that I go if the 623 is making contact during recoil. They appear to be about $80, so not a really expensive way to change the 623 to a 323.

http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main.pl?pgm=co_disp&func=displ&strfnbr=6&prrfnbr=25085&sesent=0,0&search_id=2015000

Wherryj
04-30-2010, 2:21 PM
http://i759.photobucket.com/albums/xx238/wherryj/IMG00029-20100421-191054-1.jpg

Here's the Surefire forend clearing the bayonet lug.

kemper
04-30-2010, 4:36 PM
very nice

dohboy
04-30-2010, 10:00 PM
very nice

Hey guys:

slightly different topic:
I have a 590A1 model 51668. When I fire buckshot or slug with the bayonet mounted, the recoil often will cause the bayonet to fall off the gun. Is there anything I can do? The bayonet seems to be mounted pretty securely; until I fire the gun anyway. (It is a Lan-Cay genuine M-9, not a knock off.)

Also, I have the speedfeed stock that holds 2 extra shells on either side of the stock. On the right side the shells also keeps falling out under recoil. The left side holder seems to hold the shells OK.

Any fixes?
Thanks!

kemper
05-04-2010, 11:43 AM
wish i had some info for you, but i've never fired mine with the bayonet in place.....the one that came with mine is made by ontario but the attachment looks exactly the same

den888
06-23-2010, 3:41 PM
Nice shotgun !

Mike Searson
08-24-2010, 5:51 PM
Thanks for posting that!

brent_mpk
08-25-2010, 6:32 PM
no problem.

Thanks for posting that!

scootle
02-09-2011, 2:21 AM
I used the factory Mossberg heat shield off of their website. However, it's hit or miss... My friend has a 590A1 like mine(a little older), and bought the same heat shield off the Mossberg site and it did not fit.

nice rig... what modifications did you have to make to the Mossberg heatshield to make it fit the 590A1 heavy barrel? it's a tempting mod since it does look nice (even if it does add yet more weight). mine has the factory ghost ring sights on it though, so i might be out of luck as it is.

your rig sounds heavy... you need a sling. ;)

no joke though, the 590A1 is one heavy shotgun... mine only has a 8-shell side saddle (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=393733) right now and it clocks in at almost 8 lbs unloaded. :eek:

i'm not sure about the latest model surefire foregrips, but the design of the 590A1 was always described as incompatible with the surefire offerings due to the lug. there are plenty of offset bracket mounts and rails as an alternative though. i believe there are even mounts that utilize the bayonet lug itself to fit a picatinny rail section.

Wherryj
02-09-2011, 1:22 PM
nice rig... what modifications did you have to make to the Mossberg heatshield to make it fit the 590A1 heavy barrel? it's a tempting mod since it does look nice (even if it does add yet more weight). mine has the factory ghost ring sights on it though, so i might be out of luck as it is.

your rig sounds heavy... you need a sling. ;)

no joke though, the 590A1 is one heavy shotgun... mine only has a 8-shell side saddle (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=393733) right now and it clocks in at almost 8 lbs unloaded. :eek:

i'm not sure about the latest model surefire foregrips, but the design of the 590A1 was always described as incompatible with the surefire offerings due to the lug. there are plenty of offset bracket mounts and rails as an alternative though. i believe there are even mounts that utilize the bayonet lug itself to fit a picatinny rail section.

The new Surefire lights have a slimmer bezel. The two cell light still protrudes under the bayonet mount, but clears by a few mm. Mine hasn't seemed to have made contact yet, but I guess that only time will tell whether the recoil will tear it up or not.

The one cell lights should completely clear the bayonet lug.

brent_mpk
02-11-2011, 9:13 PM
Scootle, no modification is need to make the factory heat shield fit. I just put electrical tape around the barrel where the front tabs would contact the barrel, and pushed it slowly, but forcefully onto the barrel. I did take a little time to get out all of the tape once the heat shield was on due to how tight it was. It's important to slide the rear clamp onto the back of the barrel and line the heat shield up to where you want it before trying to push the front on. You don't want to slide the heat shield back and forth on the barrel once you get it on to avoid scratches. I again caution that factory heat shield did fit on my 590A1, but I may not fit on yours. As stated in post #23 in the thread, the heat shield did not fit on my friend's 590A1 even though it was the same model and we both bought the heat shield from the Mossberg site.

As far as the Surefire, like Wherryj, stated the new models with the streamlined LED modules do clear the bayonet lug without a problem.

I hope this helped.

nice rig... what modifications did you have to make to the Mossberg heatshield to make it fit the 590A1 heavy barrel? it's a tempting mod since it does look nice (even if it does add yet more weight). mine has the factory ghost ring sights on it though, so i might be out of luck as it is.

your rig sounds heavy... you need a sling. ;)

no joke though, the 590A1 is one heavy shotgun... mine only has a 8-shell side saddle (http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=393733) right now and it clocks in at almost 8 lbs unloaded. :eek:

i'm not sure about the latest model surefire foregrips, but the design of the 590A1 was always described as incompatible with the surefire offerings due to the lug. there are plenty of offset bracket mounts and rails as an alternative though. i believe there are even mounts that utilize the bayonet lug itself to fit a picatinny rail section.

onequickshift
02-25-2011, 1:15 PM
Thats sexy :)

brent_mpk
02-25-2011, 5:36 PM
Thx :)

Thats sexy :)

Wherryj
02-25-2011, 6:05 PM
Scootle, no modification is need to make the factory heat shield fit. I just put electrical tape around the barrel where the front tabs would contact the barrel, and pushed it slowly, but forcefully onto the barrel. I did take a little time to get out all of the tape once the heat shield was on due to how tight it was. It's important to slide the rear clamp onto the back of the barrel and line the heat shield up to where you want it before trying to push the front on. You don't want to slide the heat shield back and forth on the barrel once you get it on to avoid scratches. I again caution that factory heat shield did fit on my 590A1, but I may not fit on yours. As stated in post #23 in the thread, the heat shield did not fit on my friend's 590A1 even though it was the same model and we both bought the heat shield from the Mossberg site.

As far as the Surefire, like Wherryj, stated the new models with the streamlined LED modules do clear the bayonet lug without a problem.

I hope this helped.

I'm not sure that I said "without a problem". The two cell lights do clear, but I have not run a large number of rounds through the shotgun since putting on the forend. The few mms of clearance combined with sustained recoil might cause trouble, but I'm willing to risk that.

If you want to assure that there won't be a problem, the 300 series (single cell 123) clear by a big margin.

DdPartida
04-04-2011, 8:06 PM
Great Looking Mossberg. I'm amped on the 590A1 specific heat shield.
It will be mine

TKM
04-04-2011, 8:16 PM
The majority of users remove the bayonet lug as it is not used.

Best Regards,



Alex Nunes

Technical Support

SUREFIRE, LLC
18300 Mt. Baldy Circle I Fountain Valley, CA 92708 I U.S.A.
T 800-828-8809 F 714-545-9537




My fuzzy butt. If I didn't want to mount a bayonet I wouldn't have bought a shotgun with a bayonet mount.

Ten pounds of steel, good. Ten pounds of steel with a pound of pointy steel on the end, better. Bayonet with a frikkin' laser on it's head, best.