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Old 03-20-2017, 3:55 PM
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Default Mossberg 590 issues with magpul stock

Hey guys, I just purchased a Magpul SGA stock for my mossberg 590. Once I tighten down the bolt that came with the stock, the action binds as I rack the pump back. I thought the screw that attaches the stock might be too long so I got a slightly shorter screw but am still having the same issue. Has anyone had the same problem? Thanks.
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I did when i installed pistol grip on mos 500. my problem was the screw being too long.
I removed the bolt so i could see inside, tightened the pistol grip on the receiver, noted how much it comes out from inside, cut it and it resolved the problem.
Not sure if you are having same issue, just saying what was mine, maybe it helps.
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Old 03-20-2017, 7:58 PM
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I did when i installed pistol grip on mos 500. my problem was the screw being too long.
I removed the bolt so i could see inside, tightened the pistol grip on the receiver, noted how much it comes out from inside, cut it and it resolved the problem.
Not sure if you are having same issue, just saying what was mine, maybe it helps.
The new bolt I used is slightly shorter by about 3 thread coils but it doesn't feel as bad as it did with the magpul bolt. I'll see if I can find a shorter one at the hardware store. Thanks.
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The new bolt I used is slightly shorter by about 3 thread coils but it doesn't feel as bad as it did with the magpul bolt. I'll see if I can find a shorter one at the hardware store. Thanks.
Before you look for a shorter bolt, make sure this is the problem.
Also, you can cut/grind a little of the magpul one or use a washer.
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Old 03-23-2017, 7:34 PM
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(Before you look for a shorter bolt, make sure this is the problem.
Also, you can cut/grind a little of the magpul one or use a washer)

I did get a shorter screw but still had the same problem. I finally noticed that the trigger housing was getting pushed in towards the receiver whenever I would tighten down the stock. So I hit the stock with some sandpaper and it's works fine now. Thanks for the help!
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Sorry i could not help, but i tried.
Glad you resolved the issue. enjoy your toy
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